Types of Printing Services

Select the best printing method for your personalized garments.

1. Heat Printing

Heat printing, also known as heat transfer, is the process of applying an ink-based design (usually one printed on a sheet of special transfer paper) onto the product with a heat press machine. As the name implies, a heat press works by using heat and pressure to apply the design to the garment. The medium to transfer the design is called transfer paper, sublimation paper etc.

The advantage of heat transfering is the image is long lasting and easily process to any garment which thermostable and had the ability to absorb color such as jersey, T-shirt, ay other fabric. It’s is very suitable for personalized product as it can be processed from only 1 quantity.


  • Allow processing small quantity orders.
  • Allow individual customization with different names on each garment.
  • Photo prints can be transferred in full color.
  • Allows for a variety of colors and placements on a garment.
  • Prints appear best on light colored garments.

How does Heat Printing work?

Step 1

Select the image or design the artwork you want to press onto the garments. Graphic design software is used to create or edit the artwork as necessary.

Step 2

Print the reversed image or artwork onto heat transfer paper.

Step 3

Cut out the artwork on the transfer paper for pressing onto the garments.

Step 4

Lay the mirrored artwork or image face down over your chosen T-shirt.

Step 5

Place the artwork and garment between the plates of a heat press. Apply heat and medium to high pressure from the press to transfer the artwork onto the garment.

Step 6

Remove the transfer paper, and the garment is ready to wear!

Sample of Heat Printing

2. Screen Printing

Also called silkscreen process.  It is a printmaking technique in which a mesh cloth is stretched over a heavy wooden frame. The design is then painted on the screen by tusche or affixed by stencil, is printed by having a squeegee force color through the pores of the material in areas not blocked out by a glue sizing.

For multicolor design, each stencil using different colors before combining to get the final result. It can be applied to any color of garment without affecting the design. However, it will be time consuming as each color must be printed separately.


  • Screen printing produces bright fabric with a better soft-feel on the hand.
  • Garments produced through screen print method tend to be durable and can endure roughness from any washing machine.

How does Screen Printing work?

Step 1

Design artwork and print onto a sheet so that the ink can be transferred.

Step 2

Place screen under exposure unit or direct lights to expose emulsion and rinse out the image.

Step 3

The frame is placed on the T-shirt. With the help of a scraper, the colours are screened (one layer for each colour, up to a maximum of four colours).

Step 4

Whenever applying a layer with the frame ink, it is left to dry and then can be used for another application.

Sample of Screen Printing

3. Embroidery

Embroidery involves sewing or stitching with thread and usually backing to prevent the gathering of the shirt where the embroidery has been applied. Most of the companies use logo embroidered shirts to identify and promote their company logos and image. With embroidery, it creates a professional look. Embroidery looks good on polo shirts, button-down shirts, caps, sweatshirts, jackets, and bags.


  • Create excellence and respect with your logo.
  • It is very durable, and you can expect them to stay looking good for a long time.
  • Give high-quality impression

4. Sublimation

Sublimation is the best option for team uniforms and custom sports apparel.

Sublimation is the process of transferring dye to fabric using heat using a dye-sublimation printer, allowing the ink to become part of the fabric. Sublimation is a great process that allows for vibrant, full color, all-over prints. The sublimation name was first applied because the dye was considered to make the transition between the solid and gas states without going through a liquid stage.


  • Produces vibrant colors, making it perfect for photographic images
  • Ability to create complex all-over print designs on the front and back of your garment
  • Sublimation print will not crack, peel, or fade

How does Sublimation work?

Step 1

Design and customize a graphic specific to the final product using professional graphics software.

Step 2

Print the image to a supported inkjet printer using specialty sublimation inks on sublimation-friendly fabric.

Step 3

Cut out the pieces and sew them together.

Step 4

Finished Garment.

Sample of Sublimation