Printing your Logo
Print or Embroidery?
We use three process to include your logo or design onto the garments (where applicable):-
Looks great on school and work wear, a very professional finish. Embroidery requires an initial set up fee. This is to digitise your logo in a format for the embroidery machine. If you have already had your logo digitised elsewhere we may be able to use the same file – email the file (usually a .DST or .EMB) and we’ll see what we can do.
Embroidery is very hard wearing and we recommend this for clothing that are going to be worn day in day out. Full colour logo’s are easily embroidered with our 15 colour embroidery machine.
Standard size logo’s/designs are included in the price of the item (where applicable)
- If you need an extra large design please get in touch
- You can select additional logo’s on each garment through the on-line store. If you need something that is not listed please let us know
- If you need an exact colour match for your logo please let us know – we can provide sample sew outs of your logo if required
Full Colour Garment Printing
We use our Roland Versacamm digital large format printer to print on to special vinyl. This is then heat applied to clothing or accessories. A professional long lasting full colour printing technique. Please be aware many others providers use desktop inkjet / laser printer to try to achieve full colour garment prints. Unfortunately the tend to be poor quality & won’t wash well at all.
Our Roland printer is a professional garment printer – with great results and images that will wash and wash. We use the same printer to do exterior signage, vehicle signs & out door PVC banners.
This is a quick and simple process, ideal for small runs or unique items. If the design is straight forward there is no set up cost. A logo or silhouette design is cut out of special vinyl which is then heat pressed on to the garment.
The designs are very robust – the only special instructions are to wash at 40 degrees and do not iron on the design (iron on the back). Many designs bought in shops use this heat press system nowadays.
Images are normally one colour – such as the printed numbers on the back of football tops or for printing company names on hi-vis jackets.
Best suited to one or two colour block or outline type designs
There are 100’s of various file formats out there and some are better than others. Generally Adobe Illustrator .AI or an .EPS file will produce the very best results. If you don’t have these available then other formats can be used so long as they are high resolution images. If you’re not sure then either get in touch or send what you have & I can see whether it is suitable. We are able to transform images into .AI or .EPS – please get in touch to discuss.