Personalisation Types

Screen Printing

Ink is applied directly through a screen on to the garment.

This is good for large designs printed in one or two colours.

It can make a real statement because of the large print area that can be covered.


Extremely hard wearing.

Looks very professional.

Hard wearing and is an excellent choice for uniforms.

Available in multiple colours so should be able to pantone match.

Initial set up fee is usually charged on the first order as your design has to digitized into a stitchable replica.

Once done this will be used each time a repeat order is made.

Screen Transfers

The ink is applied onto transfer paper and then transferred to the garment using a heat press.

Good for intricate designs.


The design is machine cut from a sheet of vinyl and then heat sealed onto the garment using a heat press.

Direct To Garment Print

Used for intricate and multi-coloured designs, the reproduction would be like that of a good inkjet printer.