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Apparel Branding

PRINTING UNITY

When it comes to the branding of garments, we will always recommend and offer the finest available options. There are many different ways to brand a garment; the most effective method will depend entirely on the purpose of the garment and the way it will be used.
 

If you equip your employees with uniforms to wear to work, you will earn the respect and admiration of your workforce. As a direct consequence of this, they will have a stronger feeling of unity and belonging.

One additional advantage is that it will give your customers the impression that you are professional and prominent.


#WePrintUnity

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Heat Transfer Vinyl

Polyurethane film, which is what HTV is made of, is a type of coated plastic film with an adhesive back. You can get vinyl with a sticky adhesive back (like a  sticker) or vinyl that has an adhesive back, but the "glue" is only activated during the heat transfer process.
 
Once the vinyl has been printed and then cut with a plotter (some printers, like the Roland SG300 that we use, can print and cut), you will weave the print (peel the vinyl parts that must not be transferred to the clothing). Then heat transfer takes place when the apparel is placed on a heat press, and the design is transferred onto the fabric.

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Direct-to-Film

DTF printing, also known as direct-to-film apparel branding, involves printing DTF waterbased pigmented ink to PET film (polyethylene terephthalate film) in a mirror image and then adding a second layer of powder coating (known as the
"powder curing process") to the print to allow the film to be placed on the fabric or garment you want to brand.

It can then be transferred directly from the PET film onto the apparel using a heat press. (No weaving is required, and it's environmentally conscious.)
You can either ask a company to print or you and use your own heat press to transfer the image, or it can be done for you by Campus Solutions.

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Direct-to-Garment / Screen Print

DTG stands for Direct To Garment apparel branding. In this instance, it’s easier to think about a giant desktop printer that, instead of paper, keeps apparel in place and then “prints” the design onto the material using special echo friendly aqueous ink jet technology.

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Embroidery

Embroidery is accomplished by stitching
designs into fabric using a needle and
thread.odern embroidery on garments is done with embroidery machines, which have made the process faster and more efficient.

Embroidery has had a significant impact
on the world by preserving cultural traditions, creating job opportunities, and being used as a form of artistic expression.

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Sublimation

This process uses heat-sensitive inks that turn into a gas when introduced to heat.

This gas then bonds with a 100% polyester substrate.

We can get it printed for you, but we do
not print it from our offices.

Read more about Apparel Branding

What is the difference between Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) and DTF Printing?

In this article, we will discuss the differences between heat transfer vinyl (HTV) and direct to film (DTF) printing. We will cover the advantages of both HTV and DTF Printing and give you a clear picture (excuse the pun) of both, which will help you decide which is better for your business or side hustle.

What is the difference between Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) and DTF Printing?

In this article, we will discuss the differences between heat transfer vinyl (HTV) and direct to film (DTF) printing. We will cover the advantages of both HTV and DTF Printing and give you a clear picture (excuse the pun) of both, which will help you decide which is better for your business or side hustle.

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