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Print techniques

Print techniques

We offer a variety of print techniques to bring your custom designs to our garments and textiles.

 

Techniques offered include transfer printing, DTG printing, embroidery (including patch embroidery, chenille embroidery and puff embroidery) and other options such as flex print and flock print. Each technique offers different benefits, effects and textures to achieve unique and high-quality results.

 

If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact us.

Screen Print / Siebdruck

Beim Siebdruckverfahren wird die Druckfarbe durch ein feinmaschiges Gewebe hindurch auf die Textilien gedruckt. An denjenigen Stellen des Gewebes, wo keine Farbe gedruckt werden soll, werden die Maschenöffnungen des Gewebes durch eine Schablone versperrt.

Es gibt verschieden Variationen dieser Methode, darunter: 

 

  • Foil Screen Printing

  • High Density Screen Printing

  • Flock Printing. 


Der Siebdruck ist wohl das klassischste Verfahren der Textilveredelung. 

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Transfer

Transfer is a printing technique where the design is printed onto a transfer film and then transferred onto a garment. There are different types of transfer printing, including sublimation printing and plastisol transfer printing. In sublimation printing, the design is printed on special transfer paper and then transferred to the garment or material under high temperatures, with the ink penetrating directly into the fabric for a long-lasting and wash-resistant result. In plastisol transfer printing, the design is printed onto a special transfer film and then transferred to the garment under heat, leaving a layer of plastisol on the fabric. Transfer printing is well suited for smaller quantities and is a cost-effective way to create custom designs on garments, bags, hats and other materials.

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DTG

DTG stands for Direct-to-Garment and is a printing technique that uses an inkjet printer to print directly onto garments. This allows detailed and colourful designs to be printed on a variety of textiles such as T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and other fabrics. Unlike other printing methods such as screen printing and transfer printing, DTG does not require special templates or stencils, providing a fast and cost-effective way to produce customised garments in smaller quantities. DTG printers work in a similar way to a traditional inkjet printer, using special water-based inks that penetrate the fabric to produce a long-lasting and wash-resistant result.

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Embroidery

Embroidery is a form of textile embellishment that uses thread or yarn on a fabric to create designs, patterns or images. There are a variety of embroidery techniques that can be used, including stitch types such as satin stitch, backstitch, cross stitch and many more. Embroidery can be done by hand or by machine and is often used to decorate garments, accessories and household items such as towels and blankets. There are also different types of special embroidery, such as chenille embroidery, puff embroidery and appliqué embroidery, which can create different effects and textures. Embroidery is an art form that can be both decorative and functional, using the creativity and craftsmanship of embroidery to create unique designs.

 

Embroidery is particularly suitable when you want to showcase single to multi-coloured logos.

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Patch Embroidery

Patch embroidery is a type of embroidery where an embroidered design is sewn onto a fabric patch. These patches can then be applied to garments, bags or hats to create a customised design. Patch embroidery is often used to create team or company logos, badges and nameplates. Because the patches are removable, they can be easily replaced or repositioned, making them a flexible option for personalised garments. Patches can be made in different shapes, sizes and colours and offer a way to create unique embroidery designs.

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Chenille Embroidery

Chenille embroidery is a type of embroidery made with chenille yarn, a thick, fluffy yarn with a velvety look and feel. This embroidery is often used to create lettering, appliqués and patches. Chenille embroidery creates increased texture and depth on the embroidered design due to the thick yarn structure. The embroidery is usually used on garments such as jackets, sweatshirts and baseball caps to create an eye-catching and tactile effect.

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Puff Embroidery

Puff embroidery (also known as "puff embroidery") is embroidery where special foam materials are placed under the embroidery thread to create a raised, three-dimensional look. This embroidery is often used for logos, lettering and designs to create an eye-catching effect. The foam can be used in different colours and densities to create different effects and is usually applied to garments or accessories such as caps and bags.

Embroidery / Stickerei

Eine normale Stickerei ist eine einfache und klassische aber sehr solide Form der Textilveredelung. 

Bestickte Kleidungsstücke halten in der Regel ein Leben lang ohne Schaden zu nehmen. Diese Variante ist kostengünstig und fundiert. Mit einer Stickerei können Sie also nichts falsch machen! 

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