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Printing Information

At Online Workwear Designer, we offer a number of way which your logo can be transferred across to your garment which is all dependent on the quantity and the complexity of the logo to be printed

Vinyl printing is perfect for producing single colour text, simple logos and numbers and is great for small to medium quantities

Vinyl transfer printing works by a machine which cuts out a design onto a single-colour sheet of vinyl. The vinyl design is then heat sealed on to the garment using a heat press.

The design to be printed needs to have an outline added, which is achieved using specialised design software. The digitised design is then ready to be cut and used. It is put through a digital cutter, called a CAD (Computer Aided Design) cutter which electronically cuts the design onto a single colour sheet of vinyl, and then needs to be cut out from the vinyl sheet. This is done manually using a weeder, in a process called weeding. The cut design is then placed on application tape to prepare it to be heat transferred. Next, the design is heat pressed in the correct position on to the garment. The garment must be cooled and then the application tape is taken off.

Vinyl printing is fantastic for single-colour orders as it can do this proficiently for any order size at a better cost than direct-to-garment printing. It is great for lettering and especially for vibrant t-shirts with a personalised message like those you might order for a stag or hen trip, as vinyl is low-cost and great for one-off orders. As the design effectively sits on top of the garment, no vibrancy in the colour of the design is lost.

Versacamm printing is suitable for printing high resolution images such as photos and is great for small to medium quantities Versacamm transfer printing involves printing a coloured design onto vinyl and cuts around the design, which is then heat pressed on to the garment.

Firstly, the design needs to have an outline added, which is achieved using specialised design software. The digitised design is then ready to be cut and used. It is put through a Versacamm machine which automatically cuts and prints multi-coloured design onto a sheet of plain vinyl. The design is then cut out manually using a weeder, in a process called weeding. The cut design is then placed on application tape to prepare it to be heat transferred. Next, the design is heat pressed in the correct position on to the garment. The garment must be cooled and then the application tape is taken off.

Versacamm printing is fantastic for low quantities of multi-colour designs as it produces high quality, vibrant designs that effectively sit on top of the garment, and so no brightness in the colour of the design is lost. For this reason, it is especially suited to producing photographic images or colour gradations.

Printing pricing   
1-9 items £4.00 per item
10-19 items £3.40 per item
20-29 items £2.80 per item
30-99 items £2.50 per item
100-249 items £2.20 per item
250-499 items £1.50 per item

 

Our online system can work out the price of any order with embroidery or print! However, if you have any further queries, please contact us

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