Printing Logo's

Printed garment logos

Garment Logo Printing service

Printing involves the application of colour normally by ink. The traditional method of producing printed T-shirts and printed workwear is screen printing.

In order to screen print an item the design has to be separated into the component colours. This is nowadays done by vectored design programs such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw.

Each colour then has a separate screen produced using light reactive chemicals. The screen consists of a very fine mesh surface. Where the chemical has been exposed to light the chemicals breakdown and are washed off leaving spaces in the mesh.

The ink can then be screen printed onto the t-shirts direct or onto transfer paper which is later applied to the T-shirts by a heat press.

If the direct printing method is used, the T shirts are place on a solid board (platen). The colours are then applied individually by placing the screen manually or automatically on top of the T-shirt and forcing the printers ink through the relevant screen onto the T-shirt.

We have a number of pages with further information and more examples of our Garment Embroidery, Garment print, and Embroidery services, please also visit Bespoke Uniforms page for further details.

Below are some examples of recently produced Garment Logo Printing work.




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