We offer a wide range of printing methods and procedures – each bringing their own benefits.
The process you need will be largely dependent on your product, volume and delivery requirements, and our team will be able to advise you on the best approach to meet your specifications and budget.
Digital files are sent direct to print, making it an ideal option for customers looking for quick turnaround and print on demand.
It can also be the ideal option for people looking to produce print runs of labels, stickers, leaflets, menus, banners and more, and is great for small print run jobs as requests can be made for as little as one print.
If you choose digital printing for the right job, it can make for a cost-effective method that still produces high-quality prints similar to that of the other, bigger-scale options.
A printing technique using a mesh based stencil to apply ink onto a product, whether it be T shirts, posters, stickers, vinyl or other material.
The design is imposed on a screen of nylon, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance.
Ink is forced into the mesh openings using a squeegee. When the screen is moved away the ink remains on the substrate creating the design.
One colour is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce a multi-coloured image or design.
Litho printing, also known as lithography or lithographic printing, is ideal for anything which needs sharp, vibrant printing in high-numbers.
It is an option we often advise clients to use when they want larger print runs of brochures, business cards, catalogues, posters menus or NCR pads, and want to be assured of the highest quality results.
Despite taking more to set up than digital printing as it uses plates, it can print on a wide range of materials in large quantities and at speed.
Forget about that T-shirt you bought at the seaside which looked great right up until the first time you washed it, transfers have come a long way over the last few years, making it possible to achieve full colour designs onto garments without the need for screens.
This makes smaller runs of full colour designs more accessible. It’s not just garments that benefit from this process mouse mats & mugs can also be transferred.
This method is perfect for single colour designs, simple solid colour designs and lettering. A design is cut out from a roll of coloured material and is then heat pressed onto the garment.
This makes it ideal for adding numbers and initials to sports kits, which also gives you a good idea of how hard wearing this material is.
There are also several types of cad material available so if you fancy bright fluorescent colours or a bit of glitter and sparkle. We will have the material to suit you.
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"Excellent company to deal with - high quality transfer prints, reasonably priced, flexible and amazing customer service. Wonderful team to deal with, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them for printing and embroidery requirements." Dilini fonseka
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