Printing on materials with different gram weight (80-300g/m2) and applying further finishing techniques are possible. For example, business cards may be laminated, their corners may be rounded or they may be printed on a transparent plastic. Brochures may be folded in two different ways, which in case of double-sided printing forms 6 different subpages.
Stickers and Labels
Printing on mugs
Silk Screen Printing
Silk screen printing is a printing method that ensures a long-lasting product as the paint layer applied on the printed item is significantly thicker than in case of other printing methods. This method enables to print complicated and detailed images. Silk screen printing requires certain preparation costs; however, in case of big quantities the printing method is definitely most affordable in comparison with other methods. The majority of T-shirts sold in retail establishments are printed by applying the described silk screen printing method. The method is irreplaceable if tens, hundreds or thousands of similar items are required.
Heat Pressure Printing
Thermo film is a good solution on sports clothes. Numbers and logos are cut out of thermo film by film cutter and are pressed on the surface of jerseys and shorts. The film retains the colours very well and does not let them fade.
The only restriction to the sublimation technique is the material, which has to be artificial fibre. If sublimation is applied on natural fabric, the printed colours will be washed out.