Our innovative techniques

There is a technique adapted to each of your requests. Discover all the techniques available for customizing your textiles. Each technique has its own specificities, advantages and disadvantages. Do not hesitate to contact us for personalized advice.

Screen Printing

This is our main activity. It allows us to print on most textile supports and certain objects. It is a direct ink printing process using the stencil principle.

Discover our multiple ink possibilities to enhance your products! Swelling ink, gnawing ink, mixed ink,... to create your unique products!

Benefits

Accurate rendering
Finesse of detail
Strenght and durability

Contraints

Flat textile printing: beware of seams, pockets, linings, etc,...
Fixed start-up costs making the printing price decrease with the number of parts, therefore high price for very small quantities.

Embroidery

Embroidery is an exceptional marking with a long lastinf life and a very good final result. Despite its slightly higher price thaan the other available techniques, it is possible to personalize your textiles with your name or totem from the first piece, and this at a democratic price. For more complicated logos, it is advisable to make a minimul of 6 pieces in order to minimize fixed costs. Feel free to contact us for information about embroidery

Benefits

Long lasting life
Very good resistance
Superb rendering

Contraints

High digitalization cost but to be paid once per logo

Flex and Quadri Flex

A vinyl or polyurethane film is cut with a digital cutter which is then heat-pressed onto the garment. A technique widely used for sports equipment, small series or individual productions (different name or number on each medium). It is also possible to print this flex.

Benefits

Small series and individual customization
Strenght and durability

Contraints

The pattenr must not conain fine details, color gradients and must be vectorizable.
For quadri flex, the logo must be cuttable into one piece.

Digital printing

We print directly on the textile or object with a state-of-the-art industrial printer. An exceptional rendering without contraints.

Benefits

Small series and single piece possible
No color limit, even from one piece
Possibility to customize all textile colors
Strenght and durability

Contraints

You have to print on a flat base

3D Embroidery

3D embroidery is a technique consisting in embroidering parts (letters, logos,...) on the textile. This technique gives a superb relief and a vintage effect. 3D elbroidery combined with classic embroidery will guarantee a superb finish.

Benefits

Superb effect
No fixed launch costs, available from 25 pieces (same logo)

Contraints

The logo may not contain fine details

Silkscreen transfer

The silkscreen printing is done on a special paper and transferred hot on the textile. This technique is suitable for printiing caps, bags or supports that are inaccessible to conventional screen printing. It also allows optimal printing on certain materials that are also not suitable for screen printing.

Benefits

Accurate rendering
Finesse of detail
Strenght and durability
We can keep transfer sheets in order to print them in a timely manner

Contraints

Floc

Floc printing consists of gluing velvet on your substrate. Vintage finish guaranteed and the material is very pleasant to the touch.

Benefits

Superb effect

Contraints

Fixed start-up costs making the printing price decrease with the number of parts, therefore high price for very small quantities.

Laser transfer

The transfer allows you to personalize one or more white cotton textiles in color for a very democratic price. Mainly used for events, this technique will meet your expectations for all gifts and small series.

Benefits

Customization from a part
The price
Accurate rendering
Multi-color

Contraints

Only on white textile

Sublimation

Sublimation is a process that allows to print 100% white polyester textile with an unlimited number oc colors (cyclist polo shirts, basketball shirts,...).

Benefits

Customization from a piece
The price
Accurate rendering
Multi-color

Contraints

Only on white textile

Laser engraving

Laser engraving consists of removing a thin layer of material. During etching, the intensity of the laser radiation melts or evaporates the material. Laser engraving is similar to a printer.

Benefits

Unique and trendy
Discreet

Contraints

Price
Color depending on textile and laser power

Pad printing

Pad printing is the process of stamping a surface with a stamp that deposits the ink. This marking technique is very flexible and can therefore mark almost any object, surface or material.

Benefits

Allows to decorate non-regular shapes
Allows to decorate a wide category of materials
Allows very small series easily

Contraints

The print size is limited
Pad printing on flexible materials deteriorates over time

Doming

Doming consists in putting a resin dome on a printed support.

Benefits

Full color
Allows you to customize a multitude of objects

Contraints

Plastic touch

Relief printing

Relief printing is a technique that aims to create relief shapes in paper or other deformable material.

Benefits

High-quality technology
Possibility to add color to the printing

Contraints

Only on white textile