We were asked to customise some vests for members of their community centre by a well-known city library that offers a variety of programmes for everyone from infants and children to adults. We started printing the vests using DTF printing, which entails printing special sheets using a particular ink and producing transfers (which are thermally sensitive sheets that are then pressed onto the garment for printing). This process involves printing special sheets using a specific ink and producing transfers, which are then produced. The blue safety vest with white prints looked fantastic, and the community was overjoyed!
We were contacted a few weeks ago by a public school to place an order for a few children's vests. Our graphic designers created a few digital prototypes after talking with the client on the design specifications, print area, and size. After being impressed, the client instantly gave the design her approval. Using DTF printing technology, we produced the vests and delivered them ahead of schedule. They were overjoyed with the results and expressed gratitude for how content they were. We had a great working relationship with this crew.
A well-known firm called us and asked us to make safety vests in the navy color specifically for their communication officers. When the client approved the digital mockup showing the print places and sizes, we set up our printers and had the Direct to Film transfers ready to be applied to the garment. In the direct to film (also known as direct to garment) printing technique, the artwork is printed on a specific film that is then heated to imprint it into the garment. The client was impressed with the outcome and stated that they are submitting another request very soon.
A business that sells top-notch fitness gear need some high visibility workwear that was personalised with their name and a few words on the back. We submitted a digital mock-up along with the print specifications and location to make sure the design we were about to print complied with the customer's requirements. Upon approval of the mock-up, we swiftly started printing and sent off the project well in advance. Since the bold black print showed out against the vibrant pink background, the customer was happy with the final product and thanked us for meeting our delivery deadline.
A renowned Australian company requested that we produce several safety vests for their team. Before asking our design team to help with creating mock-ups, we analysed in detail their needs and budget. The offered design, which featured a tree behind the wordings, was not attractive. Thus, it was decided to eliminate the tree and only have the text after exchanging a few prototypes with the customer. Later we started using sublimation printing to adorn the vest. The client was quite happy with the results and praised our orange high visibility vests that featured their brand.