Digital Transfer

high quality digital transfer print onto clothing used for marketing merchandise

Digital Transfer printing is ideal for bold full colour designs, on fabrics that may not be suitable for other print methods

The main advantage to Digital Transfer printing is the ability to print onto almost anything. Print methods like DTG and Screen Printing are brilliant, but only really work well onto cotton and cotton blends, so when you need to print onto a coat or sports wear (among other things), those print methods in most cases are not suitable; this is where Digital Transfer printing comes in.

This print method is primarily used for short print runs, with no minimum order quantity, making it ideal for sportswear or team kits, where individual personalisation is required across the garments.

The prints have a plastic like feel to them, and through the use of the latest technology are highly durable, and bonded firmly with the garment, ensuring with the right care, these will last a long time.

5 Reasons to Digital Transfer Print

1. This technique is most cost effective for smaller volumes.
2. Can print photographic imagery effectively.
3. Durable finish.
4. Inks that do not fade easily after washing.
5. Highest quality, with all of our printing & finishing undertaken here in the UK.

Need Support?

Not sure if Digital Transfer printing is right for you, or need some support? Get in touch with one of our experts.

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Why Us?

Not sure if we're right for you? Take a look at some of our recent customers and what they had to say here.

You can also find out more on what makes us a little bit better than your average Digital Transfer printer here.

 

Step 1

Getting Started:

Select the product & quantity you would like to order from the site.

Step 2

Add your print or embroidery requirements.

Step 3

Place your order, providing your payment & delivery information.

Step 4

Send us your logo or
design work.

(*one of our experts will get in touch for this after payment)

Step 5

An expert designer will send you a professional digital mockup for your approval.

(*Don’t worry, nothing will be sent to production until we have your sign off on the mockup)

Done!

Relax, your order is now being made especially for you, and will be with you soon!

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How it works

How Digital Transfer Printing Works

The process starts by taking your artwork and printing it upon transfer paper, following this the transfer can then be applied to the garment using a heat press. This prints the image onto the garment, rather than the inks being absorbed into the garment, creating a bold and vibrant print finish.

This is more suitable for smaller volumes.

Quick Tips?

Not sure what format your artwork needs to be in for Digital Transfer Printing? Find out more here.

Need some design advice? Our Design Resources section is filled with lots of tips and tricks.

Don’t worry, we make things easy. Our team of experts will select the most appropriate print method for your logo or design (unless specified otherwise). Shop Now.

 

Behind the scenes

You can get a behind the scenes look at all of our market leading print technology in the video below.

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Want a specific print process used?

If purchasing custom printed garments, our system will use a number of variables to calculate the best & most appropriate production process. This keeps things nice and easy for you, and ensures you don’t have to spend years gleaning the knowledge of a printer before making your order. Your order is then checked over by our expert team, ensuring the most appropriate process has been assigned and that your artwork is in the suitable format. Please note all of our print processes are of the highest quality and durability, so perfect for whatever you need. If you do require a specific print method to be used, you’ll find details on how to do this & more information here.