We choose three artwork transfer technologies due to their quality and properties of the materials.
The majority of our product range features dye sublimation artwork transfers. In short, this means better colours and importantly, better durability.
Sublimation is a heat transfer process, which can be printed on much more of a product's total area than other printing methods. This allows us to design dye-sub products with more flexibility.
Dye-sub minimises waste as the process does not release dye into the water system.
Featured products: Fleece Blankets, Hoodies
Nothing beats embroidery when you're going for a timeless, understated look. We use state-of-the-art technology to give you stunning results with multiple thread colours.
Eligible products are clearly marked 'Embroidery' and can all be found in one location here.
Embroidery involves careful photo digitisation, which is included across the entire FACEswag Embroidery collection (this involves refining your image for threat printing at a maximum of 8 thread colours).
Simply upload a face on your chosen Embroidery product page.
Featured products: Shirts, Jumpers
DTG or 'Direct To Garmet' printing initially involves the application of a 'pre-treat' and white base layer (where required), before the printing of a coloured artwork layer. Your artwork is then set in a special oven.
This technology has come a long way since it was introduced around the turn-of-the-century. We use printers that focus on colour accuracy, print quality, and durability.
Our RUSH 7-DAY range is printed using DTG due to the 7-day production and delivery timeline.
Featured products: T-Shirts, RUSH 7-DAY Range