Full Color Printing lets you print your designs without worrying a color count.
Your design is printed as is, so it takes away the trouble of splitting up color layers for screen printing.
Full Color Printing results in a different finish and color profile than screen printing.
Please make sure we are able to do Full Color Printing on your desired fabric and design before making your order.
A printing method that uses a thermal press to transfer a pre-printed full color design onto the fabric. Available for cotton, non-woven, and polyester products.
-The design is transferred onto the fabric using a special thermal transfer sheet, resulting in a different texture than the rest of the bag.
-There is a size limit on full color transfer printing, but the design may be placed anywhere on the fabric.
-Can be used on all colors of fabric.
-Printing margins differ for full color printing, so please contact us about your design.
-Up to 2mm of clear transfer sheet will remain around your design.
-Colors may differ from your design on screen and the final printed product.
A printing method using special heat reactive dyes to create a transfer sheet that is then applied to the fabric through high pressure and high temperatures. Available for non-woven polypropylene and polyester bags.
-The ink sinks into and dyes the fabric, allowing the use of full color designs while still maintaining the original texture of the fabric.
-Can only be used on white fabrics. (The dyes color the fabric itself.)
A printing method laminating over a polypropylene film printed through our rotogravure. Available for non-woven polypropylene and tarp bags.
-Laminated fabric on the outer side of the bag will have a stiffer texture. The interior will maintain the original texture of the fabric.
-Laminate is available in a glossy and a luster finish.
-Can only be used on white fabrics. (The colors are overlaid on the fabric.)
A wider variety of print and color designs than our regular screen printing process, including using multiple fabrics in one product.
-Printing methods differ depending on the fabric. Full Color Printing: EVA, PE. Screen Printing: PVC.
-PE is a thin, clear plastic. PVC is thicker than PE. EVA is a semi-opaque plastic.