Screen printing is a stenciling technique used to apply ink to a surface through a mesh screen. Here’s how it works: a stencil containing your design is placed on a mesh screen stretched across a frame and your product is placed under the screen. Then ink is spread across the screen with a squeegee manually, so the design is printed on the item.
Heat Transfer Vinyl
Heat transfer vinyl is a special kind of apparel vinyl that is used to decorate fabric items. HTV is manufactured in rolls with a plastic adhesive backing that is torn away (or ‘weeded’) from the cut vinyl design before the vinyl is pressed onto a garment with heat.
Direct to Garment printing is a process of printing graphics onto garments. A special kind of printer is used to apply water-based ink directly to the fabric of your product using inkjet technology. The fibers of the garment absorb this water-based ink to create your custom design.
Embroidery is the process of decorating your product with thread and needle in this case using a specialized machine. A design is uploaded into the embroidery machine which will run a threaded needle back and forth into the product until the design is achieved.