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One of the most used decoration techniques which guarantees strong colors and a high grade of finishing.
A super high quality technique in which a mesh is used to transfer ink onto clothing.
Screen printing in your own specific pantone colors.
Special variation of screen printing in which an extra see-through gel layer is added onto the regular print.
A more ecological form of screen printing but with the same look and feel.
A screen printing technique in which glitter is added into the regular ink. Giving it it’s glittery finishing.
A form of screen printing in which the ink breaks up on purpose after drying.
A form of screen printing with expanding ink which creates a 3D effect.
A variation of puff printing but with an even softer surface.
This decoration method allows the ink absorb the light which allows it to glow in dark spaces.
A screen printing method with special ink which transforms into a thick and solid layer.
This kind of ink only lights up when exposed to UV light.
A screen printing technique in which fluorescent ink is added.
This is a printing technique used to print lighter colors onto dark backgrounds.
Reflective screen printing involves a finish with a highly reflective ink.
This technique involves a suede additive being added to the ink. It makes the ink puff and gives it that suede like feel.
A technique in which small plastic beads are being used to create your design.
A technique in which different colored threads are used to decorate fabrics.
Embroidery with regular colored threads.
Standard embroidery with neon colored threads.
Standard embroidery with metallic colored threads.
Standard embroidery with special threads that have been treated to glow in the dark.
Standard embroidery with a matte thread.
Standard embroidery with reflective threads.
The perfect technique for full color and gradient prints. Creating a picture-like finishing.
This technique can only be applied onto white polyester and has endless posibilities in terms of all over prints and colors.
A weaving technique perfect to incorporate your logo into beanies, socks and scarves.
A technique in which a different piece of fabric of choice is embroidered or sewed onto your apparel.
A patch can be printed, woven, embroidered or made in leather and can be sewn or sticked onto apparel.
A patch with a velcro back finishing. Allowing you to replace the patch when and wherever you want.
A leather patch with an embossed finishing.
A woven patch that allows a high level of finishing.
A patch with a printed design.
A patch with an embroidered finishing.
A technique in which your design is first cut out of vinyl to be transfered onto clothing through a heath press later on.
A finishing with a very soft velvet touch.
A design cut from a colored foil which can be transfered onto clothing through heat.
Give your apparel a finishing and personal touch by adding labels.
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Add some info about your brand or business by adding ready to sell hangtags to your merchandise.
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