Our reliable full-color imprints consist of an eco-solvent print on heat transfer material. By printing on the transfer material, we can produce a wide range of colors and even accurately replicate PMS colors. Full-color imprinting on dyed polyester is ideal for table throws, event tents, seatbacks and more.
We print on the surface of the media with ink that is then cured using UV lights. This process creates an extremely durable print finish. UV-cured ink printing is excellent for rigid substrates and outdoor applications such as vinyl banners.
Latex ink is extremely durable and versatile, offering great color and detail at high resolutions. It resists fading from sunlight better than any other process, and it prints on most types of flexible media, including vinyl banner material. Latex ink is great for retractable banner films and fabrics.
Paper-Transfer Dye Sublimation
Paper-transfer dye sublimation is a great way to print photorealistic images to fabric. Aqueous ink is imbedded into a layer of coating on the transfer paper, which is then applied to polyester fabric. With heat and pressure, the ink permanently becomes part of the fabric. Dye sublimation is ideal for table throws, flags, fabric displays, event tents and more.
Direct-to-Fabric Dye Sublimation
With this print method, aqueous ink is applied to specially coated polyester fabric. The ink is then sublimated into the fabric with heat, so the ink reverts back to a liquid state to permanently become part of the fabric. Our direct-to-fabric technology produces imagery that rivals the quality of paper-transfer images. Dye sublimation is ideal for table throws, flags, fabric displays, event tents and more.
Acid Dye Ink with UV inhibitors is exclusively used on our nylon material for the best, longest lasting flags & banners. The direct-to-fabric print process allows the inks to penetrate the woven nylon material for brilliant colors on both the front and back sides. The acid-dye inks are cured in a pressurized steam process that permanently sets the ink into the fabric. Then after a quick wash to remove any residual inks, the flags are ready for custom finishing.