Creating Quality Products For Your Brand

Screen Printing

Screen printing, also known as silk screening or silkscreen printing, is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a surface using a mesh screen, ink, and a squeegee (a rubber blade). The basic process of screen printing involves creating a stencil on a mesh screen and then pushing the ink to create and imprint the design on the below surface. The most common surface used in screen printing is paper and fabric, but metal, wood, and plastic can also be used. It is a very popular technique because of many reasons, but the most compelling reason is the vast choice of colors that can be used.


Embroidery is an art form using the needle and thread—and has evolved throughout human history. You can do needlecraft from anywhere as it is easy, inexpensive, and the least demanding among the crafts.


This is the process of printing that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring that image onto another material (usually polyester or a polyester mix).

The ink is then heated until it disintegrates into the fabric.

The process of sublimation shirt printing costs more than other methods, but it lasts longer, and will not crack or peel over time, like other shirt printing methods.

Large Format Printing

Large format printing is a part of almost everyone’s daily life – though we may not even realise it. As we walk around our cities, towns, or even the countryside, we’re exposed to examples of large format printing everywhere: billboards, advertisements on taxis and buses, graphics on construction site hoardings. The list goes on.

Heat Press Printing

A heat press works just like it sounds. You take a blank shirt and place a transfer down onto the shirt. Close the heat press and it is “pressed” onto the shirt with heat and pressure so that the ink, adhesive, or vinyl melts a little into the shirt’s fabric.

Heat Press Printing can be used to produce the following products:


Shopping Bags


Mug Press Printing

Our ceramic mugs are printed using dye sublimation – This is where a design is transferred into a material (in this case a mug) using ink, heat and pressure. We print your artwork on to a specially designed paper, place this around the mug of your choice and apply heat.

Lasser Engraving Machine

A laser engraving machine is a piece of equipment that performs laser engraving, which is the process of engraving designs, letters or numbers on materials using a laser beam. These machines use automation to achieve precise cuts and engravings on various materials, including metal, wood, glass and plastic

DTF (Direct To Film) Printing.

DTF stands for Direct To Film. This technique involves printing your design directly onto a film and then transferring it to a T-shirt made of cotton, polyester, or their blends, regardless of their colour, as it can work with white ink.

Although it may seem that DTF printing is a variant of transfer printing, it requires a desktop inkjet printer equipped with textile inks specially designed for DTF printing

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