TYPES OF APPLICATIONS

OVERVIEW OF THE TRANSMISSION METHODS:

SUBLIMATION

Sublimation technology offers printing of textiles in digital quality. The motif is first transferred to a sublimation paper, and then in high pressure and temperature transferred to the substance by a process called Termosublimation. Then the motif becomes part of the material and the life of the printing is practically identical to the life of the substance.
For printing with this technology does not matter the number of numbers, logos, banners and below. Everything is included in the price.

FLEX & DIGI FLEX

Flex Printing is suitable for transferring small solid colour numbers and logotypes. The foil is carved on the cutting plotter and then by the transfer press ironed onto textiles. These prints are soft, resistant to mechanical damage. The Digi Flex motif is printed with an eco-solvent printing on a special iron film and then transferred. After ironing, the film will gain the fancy shine and structure of the underlying textiles. Suitable for producing small logos, and similar. These prints must not be ironed after washing!

MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Machine embroidery is a traditional technology for the application of logos to textiles. Embroider on Japanese embroidery machines TAJIMA. The yarn is used mainly by the MADEIRA brand. The choice is approximately 600 shades, different strengths, and material.

TACKLE TWILL

Tackle Twill is a traditional technology for the application of numbers and names in the NHL and MLB designs. The numbers and names are machine-carved and up to three layers are manually applied and sewed on textiles. Mostly, it is used for hockey and basketball jerseys to achieve a professional as well as quite unique appearance.

SUBLI TWILL

This kind of modern technology is useful for creating complex logos, when there is no possibility to use machine embroidery and when applications must look more professional than the Digi Flex or the Thermo-transfer method. The material used here is the same used with the Tackle Twill method. Then it is digitally sublimated and edges manually or mechanically sewed on the edge. Then the logo is sewed onto textiles.

SUBLIMATION

FLEX & DIGI FLEX

MACHINE EMBROIDERY

TACKLE TWILL

SUBLI TWILL

OVERVIEW OF THE TRANSMISSION METHODS:

SUBLIMACE

SUBLIMATION

Sublimation technology offers printing of textiles in digital quality. The motif is first transferred to a sublimation paper, and then in high pressure and temperature transferred to the substance by a process called Termosublimace. Then the motif becomes part of the material and the life of the printing is practically identical to the life of the substance.
For printing with this technology does not matter the number of numbers, logos, banners and below. Everything is included in the price.

FLEX & DIGI FLEX

FLEX & DIGI FLEX

Flex Printing is suitable for transferring small solid colour numbers and logotypes. The foil is carved on the cutting plotter and then by the transfer press ironed onto textiles. These prints are soft, resistant to mechanical damage. The Digi Flex motif is printed with an eco-solvent printing on a special iron film and then transferred. After ironing, the film will gain the fancy shine and structure of the underlying textiles. Suitable for producing small logos, and similar. These prints must not be ironed after washing!

MACHINE EMBROIDERY

MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Machine embroidery is a traditional technology for the application of logos to textiles. Embroider on Japanese embroidery machines TAJIMA. The yarn is used mainly by the MADEIRA brand. The choice is approximately 600 shades, different strengths, and material.

TACKLE TWILL

TACKLE TWILL

Tackle Twill is a traditional technology for the application of numbers and names in the NHL and MLB designs. The numbers and names are machine-carved and up to three layers are manually applied and sewed on textiles. Mostly, it is used for hockey and basketball jerseys to achieve a professional as well as quite unique appearance.

SUBLI TWILL

SUBLI TWILL

This kind of modern technology is useful for creating complex logos, when there is no possibility to use machine embroidery and when applications must look more professional than the Digi Flex or the Thermo-transfer method. The material used here is the same used with the Tackle Twill method. Then it is digitally sublimated and edges manually or mechanically sewed on the edge. Then the logo is sewed onto textiles.