PRINTING

Plot Printing (Flex/Flock)

The plot print provides high quality printing results. The print will last very long, will not crack, pill, or fade. Colors will remain vibrant.

Several materials are used with plot printing:
  • Flock: A "velvety" material. The design is slightly raised from the shirt surface.
  • Flex (vinyl): Flat matte material with a touch of shine to it like vinyl.
  • Other materials: Glitter, Foil, Metallic, Neon, Textures, and more
All the materials are extremely comfortable to wear.
There is no minimum order. You can print any amount starting from one shirt.
A vector design with separated colors is a necessary printing format for the
plot print. The print technique does not allow color blending, merging, or fading in
the design.

Printing Process
The design is input direct into a digital cutter which electronically cuts the design on to a single color sheet of flock, foil or vinyl. The uncut areas are then removed by hand. This process is known as weeding. Finally, the design will be positioned and thermally transferred onto the t-shirt. The plastic backing will be removed and the t-shirt is complete.

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Flock: Color selection Flex: Color selection Glitter/Foil/Metallic/Neon/Textures
Flock Flex Special materials


Digital Printing

The digital printing provides the ability to print any design, photo, or image with no limitations on colors number or design complexity. Multi-colored designs with all color shades and color transitions are possible.
There is no minimum order. You can print any amount starting from one shirt.
Two different types are used for white/light colored garments, and for dark colored garments.

Digital Printing for white/light colored garments:
A printing process which can only be used on light colored textiles. The design is printed on a special transfer paper, using an inkjet printer. The paper can then be trimmed around the design if there is a need to. The ink is then transferred from the paper to the garment using high pressure and temperature.
The print will last very long, and will not crack, or pill. The very faint feel of the print when you first receive your garment will disappear with the first wash.
After the first wash, the picture will lose a bit of its brilliance, but will remain consistent thereafter.
We use the transfer paper which is commonly suggested as the best transfer paper in the world for white/light colored garments and inkjet printers.

Digital Printing for dark colored garments:
A printing proccess which is usually used on dark colored textiles but can be used on any color. The design is printed on a special transfer paper, using an inkjet printer. The paper can then be trimmed around the design if there is a need to, using a commercial plotter machine. The printed material is then pilled from the paper and using high pressure and temperature, the print is attached to the garment.
This print type is not as durable as the print for light colors, and has a plastic feel to it, but in many occasions will provide a good resolution for designs that cannot be printed on dark garments. In addition, the transfer papers we use, are the best known transfer papers in the world for dark garments.


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