We use the very best in sericol and magna inks to ensure your designs last a long time on the garments we print. We have a list of preferred garment brands that we know print very well and we will happily guide you on garments within the quoting process.
When it comes to screen printing on leathers and polyester garments such as sportswear, dri-fit clothing and neo print fabric we use low-bake inks.
We use the most up-to-date pantone matching software so we can guarantee your brand colour matches across all items.
Inks types we can work with include:
This list is by no means exhaustive – the possibilities are huge, so if you have an idea please get in touch with our team today!
Screen printing is a method used to transfer a design onto a flat surface. Ink, a mesh screen and a squeegee (either hand-held or machine) is needed for the process. Humans have long been screen printing on paper but after the invention of plastisol ink in the 1950s the use of the technique diversified. Now designs can be applied to paper, fabrics and even woods, metals and plastics using the screen-printing method. Since the 1950s screen printing has developed into the best method to decorate garments and other textiles