Heat transfer vinyl, or HTV for short, is a specialty vinyl polymer that can be used on certain fabrics and materials to create designs and promotional products. It comes in a roll or sheet form with an adhesive backing so it can be cut, weeded, and placed on a substrate for heat application.
This way of printing is good for creative and small runs, with a variety of vinyl such as glitter, reflective, chalkboard, and foil to name a few.
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When it comes to screen printing BIG or Small amounts, we are here to make your dreams come to life. We provide many type of screen printing styles and ink. The most widely use type is Plastisol Ink, Bright Vibrant colors which prints on almost any kind of material, holds up well wash after wash. Then there is the popular Water Base Inks environmentally friendly very soft to the touch feel colors will fade after washing. We also can do Discharge Ink Printing Mainly use in the clothing Brand industry industry, no feel, mostly limited to cotton material
If you run an event and would like to sell apparel but don't have the time or tired of all the leftover items, we can help you out. For more information on how to get started email us at email@example.com put "onsite vendor" in the subject line
When you create your free custom merchandise store with us you get so much more than just an online store. We build your free store, we process and ship or you can pick up at our location, in return we give you a portion of the proceeds from every sale! Your store can be customized with your logo and colors to meet your specific needs. You have the option to choose 1-20 products with 1-5 designs, customize with names and/or numbers. For more information on how to get started email us at firstname.lastname@example.org put "online store" in the subject line
This method is widely used for corporate logos to baseball caps. Offers low minimum long lasting professional look. Price varies on design and location. Also available embroidered patches mostly used for work shirts, leather and motorcycle enthusiast. Embroidery can be used with many materials, but may be limited to size and location depending on the garment and design. Embroidery is a stitched on thread by a software driven machine, creating unique look to your apparel.