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Screen printing

Products may be decorated using the direct to fabric screen printing technology or transfers screen print. Direct to fabric printing may be performed on finished goods, cuts or on roll length. For the purpose of screen printing, full coverage plastisol or water-solved dyes may be used. There is an additional option of applying discharge ink. For special effects, puffing, reflective, or fluorescent paints or elastic goods may be applied. There is also a 3D imprint option or screen printing by direct to fabric flocking.


Embroidery may be applied directly to products, covering entire surfaces with embroidery stitches, or in the form of filigrees, where some part of a pattern is filled with a textile basis attached with embroidery stitches to product surface. The textile basis may be made of felt, satin, or fabrics used to produce adorned clothing. With the application of dedicated base fabrics, we may perform raised embroideries of a pronounced 3D structure. Another possibility is to make embroideries with the application of special yarns, such as bouclé, metalized or fluorescent yarns. Yet another method of adorning clothes is embroidery in the form of labels which may be attached to goods with snaps, hook and loop, or permanently attached with the help of adhesive tapes.


Thermosublimation or may be applied to fabrics containing at least 50% of synthetic fibers. It involves the transfer of a graphic image previously printed on dedicated paper with the use of sublime dyes onto a fabric surface. Images are transferred using a heat press or a calander, where under the pressure and temperature, the dye turns into gas and permeates the fabric solidifying into its fibers.


Thermotransfer is a technology which includes preparation of graphic images with the use of various materials with an adhesive layer, cut on a plotter, and then transferred onto textiles by a heat press. Fabrics used for thermotransfer are various types of flex and flock foils.


Emboprint is a method of embossing patterns with the use of three-dimensional, metal or ceramic stamps, often with the application of additional base materials, under pressure and temperature.


Dieplast is a low-temperature technology of simultaneous shaping and transferring 3D adornments with the use of dies. Synthetics with colored, reflecting, imprinted or flocked surface are used to make patterns on.


Jacquard is a technology of making multicolor graphic motifs in the process of weaving. It is used to make labels, inserts, tabs, bands, ropes etc. and textile elements.

Digital Print

Digital print may be done on final goods (DTG - direct to garment) or on roll. This type of print is adjusted to make of full-color, all-surface images with tonal gradations with a photo-realistic precision. It is mostly applied to imprinting surfaces made of natural fibers.

Jets, pearls, sequins, studs, crystals

Images can be made on textiles with the application of different decorative elements, such as jets, pearls, sequins, studs, crystals. These elements may be used both to create entire patterns and to supplement motifs made using other technologies.


Microinjection is a technology used to produce various types of multicolor 3D labels, tabs, tags, and other clothing accessories made of elastomer synthetics.

Mixed techniques

Aan option of applying different adornment techniques on one product or in one graphic motif is offered.