Services We Offer

Translating your ideas into print requires the right tools.

There are plenty of possible ways to print your message. The best method depends on a number of factors, including number of items required, number of colors necessary, budget, time constraints and intended use.
Because we think it can be helpful, even inspiring, to learn about the production process, we’ve outlined some of our major branding and decoration techniques here, to help give you an idea about what’s possible and what might best fulfill your needs.

Our Methods:


Direct to Garment Printing

DTG Direct to Garment PrintingDirect to garment printing is a newer, digital technology that lets us output any electronic form of artwork directly from a computer to a printer that looks similar to one on your desktop at home, except it doesn’t print on paper. That’s right, it can print a full color photo-quality image direct to the garment! 

Because we’re printing direct from a computer, we don’t have to consider any artwork conversions like we would with screen printing, however we do still want to optimize your artwork so the print will look it’s best. With this form of decoration we don’t need vector artwork. We can print from a jpeg, pdf, gif, word document or any other electronic image. We would recommend that the image be of a high resolution quality but if you don’t know what that means, don’t worry… we’ll take a peak at what you want to print and let you know a. if it will work and b. if it will look good.

Direct to garment has some limitations. We can only print on 100% cotton items with this method and we’ve found it works best for short runs and personalized items. There is no “press set up”, so with this method there is no minimum order and you can get just one shirt if you want.

We apply a pretreatment to almost all DTG orders. Pretreating is the base from which all your DTG success builds from. A properly pretreated shirt is an essential factor that ensures your final DTG print will have bright, vibrant colours.

Maximum print area for DTG is 14″ x 16″

Printable Eco-Solvent Print & Cut Heat Transfer Vinyl (Printable HTV)

Printable HTV VinylPrintable Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is a specialized material used for transferring custom designs onto various fabrics. Unlike traditional HTV, which comes in pre-dyed sheets, printable HTV allows for full-color, intricate designs to be printed using eco-solvent inks.

With our Roland wide-format digital printer, we are able to create custom heat-applied transfers, stickers, and decals from vector artwork.

Designs are printed onto Heat Transfer Vinyl, then weeded and transferred onto a carrier film. From there, the design is either heat-pressed onto garments, or applied onto windows, drinkware, or other surfaces.

This method of printing on garments can last for years with proper care.

Always wash cold, inside-out, and never iron the design.

Maximum print size is 17″wide


HTV - Heat Transfer Vinyl

HTV Heat Transfer VinylHeat Transfer Vinyl is a specialty vinyl material that is used to decorate or personalize T-shirts, garments, and other fabric items. HTV contains a heat-activated adhesive backing, which allows the vinyl to permanently transfer to your garment when heat pressed with sufficient time, temperature, and pressure. 

By using a vinyl cutter, you can cut digital designs into the vinyl and then transfer those designs onto your T-shirt or garment using a heat press. The result is impressive, high-quality custom garments with exceptional durability as well as look and feel.

One of the great things about heat press vinyl is that there are so many different varieties of colors and finishes - glossy, matte, flock, stretchy, glow-in-the-dark, glitter HTV - you name it! No matter what project you've got, there is an HTV that's perfect for it.

Direct to Film Printing

DTF Direct to Film PrintingDTF - Direct to Film is a relatively new digital printing method used for creating full-color designs on various fabrics and textiles. Directly to film printing is an alternative to traditional methods like screen printing or heat transfer vinyl. In DTF printing, inkjet printer is to print the design onto a heat-resistant PET film. The printer applies layers of CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) ink onto the film, creating a full-color image.  DTF printing ink is specially formulated ink that is capable of adhering to the fabric.

Once the design is print on the PET film, a heat-activated adhesive powder is applied to the wet ink, which sticks to the ink and creates a tacky surface. The film is then transferred to the fabric, with the adhesive side facing down. Heat and pressure  using a heat press machine or a conveyor dryer. The heat activates the adhesive, causing it to bond the ink to the fabric fibers.

After the transfer, the film is peeled away, leaving the ink adhered to the fabric. The result is a vibrant and durable design that is resistant to fading and cracking. DTF film printing can use on a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, blends, and even dark-colored textiles.

Direct to film printing offers advantages such as the ability to print complex and detailed designs, including photographs and gradients, with high color accuracy. It also allows for efficient and cost-effective production, as it eliminates the need for screen setups and allows for easy customization and on-demand printing. It’s important to note that DTF printing is a relatively new technology, and its availability and adoption may vary depending on the region and printing industry.

Digital Sublimation

Sublimation PrintingThe product offering using this decoration method is simply massive. This is also a digital imprinting method, so photo-quality full color imaging with no minimum order requirement is possible using sublimation. We output the image to a transfer paper using a computer and sublimation printer. The image is then applied to the product to be imaged using heat tape. From there, we cook the item in a variety of heat presses or ovens (depending on the item/application itself). Using a combination of heat, time and pressure the image will sublimate from the paper to the item.

This imaging method is limited to products that are sublimation ready. This means the item is composed of polyester or has been coated in a sublimation primer that will accept the sublimation ink.

We can use this method to decorate polyester apparel as well as hard goods like coffee mugs, aluminum/stainless steel water-bottles, coasters, phone-cases, key chains, ceramic dishware (for you or your pet) and so much more.

Maximum print area for Sublimation is 24" wide

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