Do you have expertise to share with the industry? Want to contribute on a regular basis? Perhaps you should be publishing a blog of your own here. To apply for a blogging account, contact us. If you've got something worthwhile to offer, we want to offer the place for it!

dianeshaw's blog

dianeshaw's picture

Understanding Heat Transfers, con't

 Screen printed transfers will look and feel the most like direct screen printing.  Often even direct screen printers cannot tell the difference.  This is because screen printed transfers are printed with a special blend of plastisol ink, similar to ink a direct screen printer would use.  A vast majority of our customers prefer our professionally printed transfers over direct screen printing fo

dianeshaw's picture

Understanding Heat Transfers

Just as the word transfer is used many ways in the English language, there are many types of transfer technolgies available to decorate garments and textiles.  The common factor making the different technologies all transfers is they are all applied with the same type of heat machine.  Screen printed transfers - generally are hot or cold peel -  and can be printed in regular transfer plastisol

Subscribe to RSS - dianeshaw's blog