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Using various technologies, we press inscriptions, drawings and photos on textiles (materials, clothing):

• Digital thermal transfer (white textile - cotton)
One of the easiest and fastest ways to print on textiles is when the image is printed on special glue-coated paper and transferred to the material.

• Thermal transfer (colored textile)
For thermal transfer, a special colored Poliflex film is used, or Videoflex film, on which a 4 + 0 image can be printed and plotted (a 0.25 mm cutting line is also required).

• Sublimation (white textile - polyester)
Only polyester or a material close to it is suitable for sublimation (it is best to test such materials before printing). This is one of the most durable methods of printing on textiles, because during sublimation the printing ink is transferred directly to the fabric.  

Plastisol (colored, white textile)

Plastisol is a screen-printed print that can then be thermally transferred to a textile. This is a method of printing on textiles for large editions.

• Direct screen printing with watercolor (white or light textile)

Silkscreen printing can be printed directly on clothing. This is the most durable, but most expensive way to print on textiles, with screen printing inks printed directly on clothing.

High temperatures and pressures are used to apply the print, which can cause press marks on the fabric. If the fabric is not "afraid" of heat, these marks disappear after the first wash. Pay attention to the ironing temperature and materiality indicated on the garment label.

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