Different Application Methods

Our embroidery and printing machinery is capable of generating life-like images of your logo of any type on any garment, but the fabric you're composing with may affect the results of your decoration. As an example, different materials dictate what kind of application will work better on the side of your logo. To help you identify what type of application is best for you we have assembled a few points on each type of logo.


Many businesses use embroidered garments to relay their brand's identity and stand out from the crowd.
Corporate professionals normally wear embroidered clothing, which can be used to signal people the community they work in.
Embroidered garments can be used by a number of companies and individuals to convey a sense of a company or group's brand identity and help to boost a corporate identity.
An embroidery machine is used to execute the embroidery process. Your logo is digitized and sent to the embroidery machine, followed by additional instructions like the color of the threads. Only the highest quality threads and embroidery machines are used to ensure the best results.


Printing has many benefits: it is durable, and it can construct numerous intricate and unique designs using vibrant colors. We use the industry's finest devices to ensure the highest quality in the end product. There are a variety of printing techniques, and one would ideally be chosen based on the context.

The printing technique is one of the most durable, and it also allows you to use extremely vivid products including colors in many distinctive ways. We use the highest-quality printing equipment to guarantee you receive the best end product you’ve ever had to smile about.

Screen Printing

If your logo has bright colours and brilliant shades, then screen-printing might be the ideal course of action to bring these colours to life. It is best to do this process on a plurality of garments with the same design. Screen-printing utilizes brightly colored inks to change your logo, which are then transferred to the garment through a mesh screen. Once we have received your logo, it will then be printed onto a fabric.

Transfer Printing

The current lastly method we can print on a garment is by transfer, whereby transfer is similar to the back of a football jersey. A sheet of transfer vinyl is carefully cut into the shape of your logo or design, the rest of your design is subsequently flipped, and the item is then heat-sealed using a heat press.

By transfer, the last means for printing on a garment is akin to the placement and number of the digits on the back of a jersey, and the final step in this procedure is heat sealing the printing onto a garment. A piece of vinyl is heated and then cut into a shaped logo or in a pattern, and then it is neatly flipped over and is heat-sealed onto the garment using a heat press.

A vinyl transfer is excellent for purposes such as designs that have fewer than 2 colours, and logos with one-to-2 colours will be accomplished using this process. This is an excellent option for very low-quantity orders. Vinyl transfer is great for the majority of garments (apart from fleece and wool).