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Heat Transfer

Heat transfer involves creating an image in reverse, printing it to high-release paper, and then transferring the image from the paper to a garment using heat and pressure. It’s ideal for quick turn-around times and small quantities, including one-off items such as printing names and numbers on athletic uniforms. Heat transfer is suitable for cotton, cotton blend and polyester garments. Light colours are preferable, but dark colours can be successfully printed with proper preparation.

Garments printed through heat transfer methods are of high quality and they tend to have high resolution images. Heat press methods can take you 2 to 3 minutes to print a single fabrics. If you are going to deal with complex color stature, then heat press will is ideal for you than screen printing method.

  • Advantages :
    • Different shirts in the same order can be customized
    • Designs with multiple colors are easy to execute
    • Complicated designs can be easily transferred
    • Great option and extremely cost effective for small quantity orders
  • Disadvantages :
    • The design will fade over time
    • The design will likely crack after several runs in the dryer
    • This method’s results won’t last as long as screen printing or DTG (direct to garment)
    • Heat sensitive fabrics cannot be used
    • If there is shrinkage (in the shirt) after washing and drying, the design will likely have wrinkles or a warped appearance

If your job is a small one which requires multiple colors or customized shirts, heat transfer may be the option for you.

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