Methods of T-Shirt printing we offer

T-Shirt printing Methods
Silkscreen Printing

Silkscreen printing also known as screen printing is the cheapest and most popular printing for big order quantity. The quality is bright and vibrant. Recently, silkscreen printing can even print out tones. The price varies in terms of quantity of shirts and the number of colours in the design.
+Good for large order shirts
+Good for designs with few colours
+Design is extremely durable and long lasting

-Not advisable for small order quantity

Heat Transfer

Heat transfer is a popular method for printing multi colour images. We use heat transfer paper from the USA which is of extreme good quality and durability for washing. It is crack and fading resistance and the printing quality is bright and vibrant.
+Good for multi colour designs
+Suitable for small order quantity
-Not as durable as silkscreen


Embroidery is a method whereby you sew your design on the shirt. It produces a very classy and professional finishing. Price depends on the number of stitches used in your design.
+Quality and classy finishing
+Very long lasting
-Expensive for large logos
-Not suitable for toning
-Not suitable for very small text


This method produces a very soft and natural finishing on your shirt. It is one of the more modern method of shirt printing. It is able to produce unlimited colours and very bright, vivid and vibrant images. However, it only words on white drifit shirts.
+Able to print toning and multi colour images
+Anti fading, vibrant and vivid images
+Able to print small and large quantities
-Only for white drifit shirts

Jersey Printing

This decal printing method is widely used for jersey printing especially for the names and numbers at the back. It is long lasting and it will not fade. However, it is only limited to one colour.
+Able to print small quantities
+Can print different names and numbers at a cheap cost
-Only for single colour prints

Direct to Garment Printing

This modern technology uses textile inks to print directly on the cloth itself. It produces an extremely soft feel like sublimation and it can achieve toning. It is able to print on any colour of cotton which makes this technology very flexible for any kind of orders.
+Able to print small and large quantities
+Can print different designs on different shirts
-Images will fade a little after repeated washing

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