What is vinyl heat transfer printing? The design is reversed and cut onto sheets of vinyl transfer paper using a plotter (cutter). Following this, the design is flipped and placed onto the garment in the location where the print is desired. The vinyl design is then heat pressed onto the garment. Once cooled, the vinyl backing paper is pealed away leaving the design printed on the garment.
What is vinyl transfer printing good for? Unlike screen printing, this printing method does not require any set up cost. This makes it the perfect solution for one-off garments or to personalise an already screen printed garment. For example, a stag or hen-do for 20 people would require the same design screen printed onto the front of the garment and individual names heat pressed onto the back.
Quote. If you would like a quote for a one off garment or customisation of garments, please email us on email@example.com or go to our contact page and fill in the form provided.
Please send us the design to be printed (if you have one) or explain to us what you would like to be printed and state the following information…
-Type of garment
-Quantity of the order
-Size and placement of the print