We use a range of printing methods to produce our customizations; Direct To Garment (DTG), Vinyl, Versacamm, Screen Transfer and Screen Printing. The printing method we choose to use is based upon the artwork uploaded and the garment you have chosen.


Screen printing

This is one of the most traditional methods of printing which involves applying colour with ink directly through a screen onto a garment.

Suitable artworks - Suitable for printing mono patterns or patterns with few colours.
- Gradient patterns or patterns that are too faint in colour are not suitable for printing.
- Pattern lines should be at least 0.6mm or more (including spaces between lines).
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)
In term of number of colors:
- We charge per color.

Embroidery

Embroidery is the process by which a design is sewn onto a garment using a computerised embroidery machine. We use industrial embroidery machines to achieve a high quality and long lasting finish.

Suitable artworks - Suitable for printing mono patterns or patterns with few colours.
- Gradient patterns or patterns that are too faint in color are not suitable for printing.
- Pattern lines should be at least 1mm or more (including spaces between lines).
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A5 (12cm x 12cm) / A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)
In term of number of colors:
- We charge per color.

PU Heat Transfer (Versacamm)

This process involves printing a coloured design onto a sheet of vinyl and the printer cuts around the design. It is then heat-pressed onto the garment. PU Heat Transfer can print with special colors such as fluorescent, gold and sliver.

Suitable artworks - Suitable for colourful patterns with a cartoon feel.
- The printing effect is relatively bright compared to direct ink printing.
- We note that this is not suitable for scattered printing and non-integrated patterns.
- Pattern lines should be at least 0.6mm or more (including the spaces between lines).
- A bleeding stroke will be added if the lines are less than 0.6mm.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)

Special PU Colours

Below are the special PU colours which can be applied for mono-tone patterns.


Basic Special PU

Gold / Sliver

Fluorescent Pink / Green

Reflective PU

Luminous PU

Flocking PU

Introduction With fluff on the surface gives the printed pattern a fluffy feel. Available in multiple colors.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)
Available colours

Black

Camel

Green

Grey

Navy Blue

Orange

Pink

Red

Royal Blue

Sky Blue

White

Yellow

Korean Matte PVC

Introduction It is a dull rubber color, which is duller than the normal PU. It has rubber-like but very smooth hand feel.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)
Available colours

Aqua

Black

Brown

Camel

Dark Green

Fuchsia

Gold Yellow

Gold

Green

Grey

Lemon Yellow

Light Green

Maroon

Navy Blue

Neon Blue

Neon Green

Neon Orange

Neon Pink

Neon Yellow

Orange

Pink

Purple

Red

Royal Blue

Sky Blue-B

Sky Blue

Sliver

White

Yellow

Soft Metal Bright PU

Introduction Highly reflective metallic PU in a variety of colors.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)
Available colours

Black

Blue

Gold

Pink

Red

Sliver

Rainbow Reflective PU

Introduction The rainbow-colored reflective PU. Reflected in rainbow colours when illuminated by light.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)

Reflected in rainbow colours when illuminated by light.

Show in grey colour normally.

Reflective PU

Introduction The primary color of reflective PU. Reflected in bright white when illuminated by light.
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)

Show in grey colour normally.

Reflected in bright white when illuminated by light.


Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing

Similar to an advanced inkjet printer, but instead of printing onto paper, your design is printed directly onto the garment.

Suitable artworks - Suitable for printing colourful patterns and for printing scattered, non-integrated patterns.
- Larger colour differences when compared to other printing methods.
- Printing on dark coloured clothing is not recommended.
- Patterned lines should be at least 0.6mm or more (including spaces between lines).
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of printing size:
- A4 (20cm x 28cm) / A3 (30cm x 40cm)

Sublimation Printing

Sublimation printing, also referred to as dye sublimation printing, is a printing method for transferring images onto a substrate (usually a cloth material such as polyester). Sublimation refers to a process where a substance moves from a solid to a gas state without ever being in a liquid state.

Suitable artworks - Suitable for printing colorful pattern all-over the t-shirts. - Suitable for printing scattered, non-integrated patterns. - Larger color difference comparing to other printing methods, need to use special tools to match colours. - Pattern lines is suggested to be at least 0.6mm or more (including spaces between lines).
How to calculate
the printing fee?
In term of order quantity, not printing size.