HEAT TRANSFER PRINTING

Heat Transfer printing is a popular choice for t-shirt printing as it is a cost-effective technique for printing low volume orders. The transfer designs are capable of producing vivid colours and details.
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Heat Transfer Printing

Heat press printing was known as Iron-on heat transfers and mostly used to print novelty items like polyester tops and t-shirts. However, heat transfer printing has grown in popularity in a variety of businesses, particularly in the personalised gift business, as a way to print more distinctive personalised presents with no minimum order number. Moreover, this is due to the ease with which tees can be customised, as well as the ability to print in multiple colours at low costs for small quantities. Typically, this is accomplished by printing on a heat transfer medium. This medium could be anything from heat transfer paper to vinyl rubber.
Process

heat Press Printing Process

Heat transfer printing is a newer decoration method, but it’s come a long way from the iron-on decals of old.  With heat transfer, also known as digital transfer, your custom logo or design is printed onto transfer paper and then ink is thermally transferred from the paper to your fabric using heat and pressure. Be sure to check out our complete heat transfer capabilities where we breakdown when to use heat transfer as your custom decoration method.
PROCESS

How it Works

Heat Transfer printing is the most popular method for printing low volume t shirts and mugs.

01

Create Own Design

Image quality is the heart of a great t shirt, you can either use an image that you created or request one of our designers to create an professionally designed image for you.

02

Computer Editor

Computers help us generate the physical image that will be transferred onto your t-shirt or coffee mug, the computer will perform all of the calculations for blending inks and replicating the design.

03

Creating The Transfer

The image transfer is created using a special printer that works with our computer software to create a “negative” image that will be pressed onto the target object using heat and pressure.

04

heat & transfer the images

Heat Press equipment are used to transfer the image onto the target object (usually a t-shirt or mug). We use a specially designed press that helps insure both quality and efficiency.

05

Finish Product

Finished product.

SERVICES

Types of Heat Transfer Printing

The Heat Transfer process can be divided into three different types of printing. The presentation of the finer details of each process that are the benefit of clients.
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Examples Of Heat Press Printing

Contact us to learn more about using the Heat Press Printing process for your project.