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Our focus is always producing the highest quality prints, with awesome customer service to go with it. if you need design templates, art services from our talented team of designers, help deciding what apparel works best for your brand, the latest in print techniques, or finishing services to make you brand retail ready, we are there every step of the way.

Ink & Print Techniques

We offer a wide range of various print techniques. When you are looking for the softest feel or an amazing puff print, our team can make it happen.
Plastisol printing is the traditional style of screen printing. This ink creates a design that sits on top of the fabric for a traditional look and feel. These inks can be used on any garment or fabric and work best in small print areas.
Water-based printing features inks that are soft, breathable and able to soak into the fabric of the garment, rather than sitting on top. When water based printing is done correctly, they result in crisp, bright prints that you can't feel to the touch!
Discharge printing is the process of using water-based inks to bleach the manufacturer's dye out of a shirt. This allows you to choose whatever dye color you want to use.
Foil T-shirt printing is a great option to really make your prints stand out. The process involves sheets of foil that are heat pressed on top of plastisol inks that are a similar color.
Puff ink is not actually an ink - it's an additive, stirred into plastisol ink before printing. When it reaches around 320 degrees fahrenheit, the flat print 'puffs', creating a 3D embossed texture that rises above the rest of the fabric.
Heat transferring is the process of applying an ink-based design (usually one printed on a sheet of special transfer paper) to the product to be decorated (usually a T-shirt) with a heat press machine.