This is our main operation in printing services. We possess textile heat transfer production and factory that enable us to deliver printing service in fast turn around time. By collaborate with our business partners, we can provide one-stop solution for tshirt and gift printing service.
We offer an extensive range of printing methods with a flexible, collaborative approach to producing the most outstanding results for our customer
Based customer’s requirement, we can determine the best printing method to use in order to get an outstanding result and keep the cost of your t-shirts as low as possible. Our flexible approach and can combine printing method to archive the most optimum results for customer.
Basically all printing tasks are operate in our in-house production and we know well in different printing methods, thus we can ensure best product quality, on time delivery, competitive price, peace of mind and 100% satisfaction.
Heat transfer printing has gained significant importance and favor in several industries especially in the personalised gift industry as an alternative for printing more unique personalised gifts with no minimum order quantity (MOQ).
Heat Press Printing also known as Iron-on heat transfers, is often popular. This is because it allows for easy customisation of tees, as well as printing in multiple colours at low costs for small quantities. Usually it done by printing on a heat transfer medium. For example, this medium could be a heat transfer paper or a vinyl rubber type material.
Silkscreen printing services is an economical method for t-shirt printing in volume.
It is the preferred printing method for large quatity order as it is economical cost with highest durability.
Embroidery is a process where thread is stitched on the product surface. Logo embroidery is used most often for apparel. Embroidery logos are look really good for polo shirts, caps and hats, bags and so on.....
Embroidery can create a professional look logo. However. some logos may need to be minor altered as it is very difficult to recreate shading using threads.
UV printing is similar to traditional printing in the fact that it uses ink. But unlike traditional printing in which the ink dries absorbs into the paper and evaporates into the air, UV inks dry from being exposed to ultra-violet lights that almost instantly turn the liquid ink into a solid.