Print, Heat Transfer & Embroidery

We work with local different suppliers offering a large selection of printing, heat transfer, and embroidery techniques.

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Digital Print

Digital Print is an inkjet-based method of printing directly onto the fabric.

The good thing about Digital Print is that it can print almost any design on most types of fabrics.

Digital Print can print artworks in high resolution, details, and unlimited colors, which makes it cost-effective for printing.

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Dye Sublimation

Dye-Sub may be a process where dye pigment is printed onto a transfer medium then applied to the fabric or garment using heat and pressure.

This process allows the inks to totally penetrate the fabric to create permanent and produce vivid, full-color, photo-quality images that resist peeling, cracking, and washing away.

We use Dye-Sub printing because of the default printing method for printing on polyester fabrics.

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Silkscreen

The silkscreen as a popular and mature technology, Uses screens as stencils for applying layers of inks onto the print surface, it is widely used in various clothing materials.

The most cost-effective for having pattern printed on garments in bulk with high-quality results.

Silkscreen is very durable and last for a long time even after multiple washes.

Each screen can only be used for 1 color at a time and for artworks with more than 4 colors, silkscreen will not be cost-efficient due to the high set-up costs of having screens made.

At La Réponse Vient, we offer several types of screen printing; Water-Based Ink & Plastisol-Based Ink Silkscreen.

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Water-Based Ink Screen Print

Water-Based Inks Screen Printing is our default screen printing method for printing on light-colored fabrics.

These inks have pigment embedded in an exceedingly water-based solvent, making it an eco-friendly printing method.

Water-Based Ink Screen Prints offer an ultra-soft hand feel because the inks are literally absorbed into the fabrics.

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Metallic Ink Screen Print

Metallic Inks are used to providing a metallic appearance on the garment.

It is similar to metallic foil print but without the shiny appearance.

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Metallic Foil Screen Print

Metallic Foil Screen Printing is similar to metallic inks but with a shiny appearance.

It can only be printed on natural fabrics and have a limitation of 1 color per artwork.

Foil print will fade over time with multiple washes as they are applied using adhesives and foil.

All foil printed designs should be washed inside out to prolong the longevity of the print.

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Heat Transfer Print

Heat Transfer Prints are basically plastisol inks that are printed onto transfer paper or vinyl and applied to a garment using heat and pressure.

As heat transfer uses plastisol inks, there will be a thin layer that can be felt by hand.

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Plastisol-Based Ink Screen Print

Plastisol-Based Inks Screen Printing is our default screen printing method for printing on dark coloured fabrics.

Plastisol-Based Inks are a PVC based type of ink that is cured by high temperature for it to set.

They offer long-lasting and the best colour results and can be easily matched with Pantone or PMS colours.

Plastisol inks will leave a thin film over the fabric, which can be felt by hand and have a thicker feel as compared to water-based ink screen print.

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Embroidery - Direct On Garment

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Embroidery - Patch

Embroidery is the craft of using thread or yarn to stitch patterns decorating fabric.

They are durable and have an elegant appearance when applied to garments.

We are not recommended embroidery when the small designs below 5cm

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