Customizing with Brand Logo is must in Corporate & MNC industries now a days. T Shirt Printing has a different methods like Screen Printing, Heat Transfer Printing, Sublimation Printing and Embroidery.



Screen printing derives from older practices of stencil printing, such as the pochoir method of stencilling. Essentially, a design is cut or punched into a sheet of paper, metal, or other material, and ink is applied with a brush to the surface of the stencil, where it passes through the openings onto the desired surface.

Screen printing has a strong commercial presence, and as press speeds increase and ink-drying systems decrease the drying time of the inks, the true potential of the process—which in principle has changed very little from the days of silkscreening—can be realized.



In heat transfer printing, a design is printed in reverse (typically by screen printing) on a special release paper using a plastisol-based ink (or other type of sublimable dye). The printed image is then placed against the desired substrate (commonly a fabric, such as a T-shirt) and subjected to high temperature (commonly 375ºF) and pressure (60 pounds) for a short period of time (12:15 seconds is common). After the substrate has cooled, the release paper is peeled away and the image will have been transferred to the substrate. This process is commonly used for “iron-on” decals.


Sublimation Printing is a chemical process by which certain solid substances are converted by heat directly to a gas without their first passing through a liquid stage. Upon cooling, they turn back into a solid again, also without passing through a liquid stage. Some common examples are the evaporation of snow and ice from sidewalks or streets without first melting, or the evaporation of mothballs (which are composed of naphthalene or para-dichlorobenzene). Generally speaking, it is small, compact rigid, relatively non-polar molecules that will sublime readily, so long as their molecular weight is not high enough to preclude their volatility. Sublimation is used to purify some substances, such as commercial iodine; iodine molecules are readily sublimed, and they can be volatilized directly to a gas, and the vapor cooled back down to a solid on a cooled surface, separating out less easily sublimed impurities.



Embroidery is an process whereby a sewing machine or embroidery machine is used to create patterns on textiles. It is used commercially in product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment. Hobbyists also machine embroider for personal sewing and craft projects.

There are multiple types of machine embroidery. Free-motion sewing machine embroidery uses a basic zigzag sewing machine. Much commercial embroidery is done with link stitch embroidery. In link stitch embroidery, patterns may be manually or automatically controlled. More modern computerized machine embroidery uses an embroidery machine or sewing/embroidery machine that is controlled with a computer that embroiders stored patterns.

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