Production Time: 1-5 Business Days

Print Methods

Find out more about the decoration methods we use, and how they compare.

Direct To Garment

Direct to garment printing is a method of printing directly onto fabric. Digital garment printing involves little setup, making it the perfect production method for small volume orders - great for making personalised products on demand.

We use state of the art Kornit Avalanche HD6 machines which produce retail quality prints and are capable of high output.

The Kornit Avalanche HD6 uses 6 colours + white ink, all of which are water based and vegan. The extra colour channels produce vibrant full colour prints. With our printers you get a soft hand feel to your print that is not achievable with other printing processes.

Direct to garment print isn't as solid in appearance as screen print due to the water based ink. We recommend turning all DTG-printed garments inside-out before washing, and never wash hotter than 30°C

Direct to Garment - Kornit Avalanche HD6


Your design can be digitised and embroidered onto many of the garments we offer. We use Melco EMT16X Embroidery Machines which offer great quality and fast production speed. The Melco embroidery machines are capable of using 16 colours per design. Please note, uploaded designs have to be converted into an embroidery-friendly format which will incur a one-off setup charge.

Embroidery - Melco EMT16X


We use state of the art sublimation printers and heat presses to transfer your designs onto our drinkware, homeware and accessories. Sublimation printers use special sublimation ink which is printed onto transfer paper and then transferred onto the print area using heat and pressure.



This print method is similar to using an inkjet printer, however it is used for professional looking prints and art repro­duc­tion. Our large-format printers use 12 ink cartidges to achieve photo-realistic prints.