Embroidery is the method of creating decorative designs onto fabric using a needle. These motifs are traditionally rendered in the thread and are consists of various kinds of stitches.

UV Printing

UV printing is a unique method of digital printing utilizing ultraviolet (UV) light to dry or cure ink, adhesives or coatings almost as soon as it’s hit the paper, or aluminum, foam board or acrylic – in fact, as long as it fits in the printer, the technique can be used to print on almost anything.

Sublimation Printing

In layman terms, its a technique of printing that transmits a design into a material or fabric using ink and high temperature.
In the world of clothing, it’s a game-changer in that it enables whole garment prints — designs that go seamlessly.
Sublimation printing uses heat to bring ink and fabric together as one.
First, a design is printed onto a unique paper. The inks convert into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the textile. The results are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the material or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a regular print.
The process is similar to a tattoo, but rather than your skin, it’s for the items. The heat opens up the pores of the material, then with the applied pressure, the ink condenses and returns to a solid-state.
The result is a permanent, colourful photo that won’t peel or wash away from the substrate. The process allows the ink to go from a solid to a gas without converting to liquid, a bit like dry ice. The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled by pressure.

Glitter Printing

Glitter screen printed transfers add gloss to your design and can be applied to any colour apparel.
This high-quality glitter heat transfer vinyl is curated to be applied to textiles but is versatile enough to be used just about anywhere you can think! As long as the surface can bear the heat when it is applied. Adding that sparkle and charisma to outfits or decor is convenient.
It is available with a heat-activated adhesive on a single side. The other side (which will be the exposed side upon application has a transparent carrier sheet that provides a way to keep everything in place until application. All cuts will need to be mirrored (flipped) as you are cutting it from the reverse side. It can be applied to shirts, hats, shoes, bags or most anything that can withstand the heat.

Puff Vinyl Printing

3D or Puff Embroidery is a method which allows you to raise the surface of your designs, making them nearly three dimensional. Puff printing is one of the most versatile printing techniques, and so it works perfectly with almost all garment types except for garments which feature long fibres. For the best results, the garment should be able to withstand high temperature.

3D Embroidery

3D or Puff Embroidery is a method which allows you to raise the surface of your designs, making them nearly three dimensional. 3D Foam can give your designs a complete makeover, changing them entirely. 3D foam (3D Puff) is a method where foam is put under the top stitch to elevate the surface, giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidery. The 3D foam effect is usually used on fabrics that don’t require much washing. Apparel like caps, jackets and other accessories are pieces that are best suited for this technique.

Glow In The Dark

Glow-in-the-dark heat transfer vinyl film ciates with a heat-sealing adhesive. Our luminous give your design a fabulous bright green glow when the lights go out. It is suitable for sportswear, leisurewear, and many other applications. Glow-in-the-dark designs are trendy and will make your decoration stand out from the lot.


Laser Engraving is a Subtractive Manufacturing technique that requires a laser beam that converts the surface of an object.
This process is mostly used to create pictures on the material, that can be seen at eye level. To perform this, the laser creates high heat that will vaporize the matter, thus exposing cavities that will form the final picture. It is making use of the laser for marking the surface of an object.
This method is efficient, as the material is removed with each pulse of the laser. The depth of the marks is controlled by the number of times the laser beam is going through the material.