CLOTHING AND WORKWEAR
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Visual Impact is now supplying high quality embroidered clothing & workwear. With this we can also accommodate a heat applied flex material & dye sublimation.
Ideal for hard wearing applications, workwear & items that will require a longer life.
Our embroidery is stitched with a computerized embroidery machine using patterns digitised with Visual Impacts specialised embroidery software. With machine embroidery we are able to incorporate different types of "fills" add texture and design to the finished work.
We can add logos, monograms, graphics and basic images to almost any piece of clothing including business shirts or jackets, gifts, and team apparel as well as to decorate household linens and fabrics that mimic the elaborate hand embroidery of the past.
This application is ideal for shorter term applications, events, parties & gifts. Although mainly a short term application, with care & the right combination of material & garment, a longer life can be achieved.
With this, you can have many special effect films such as reflective, metallic, glitter & chrome.
Visual Impact heat presses use the latest magnetic clam presses. Unlike screen printing, where the ink absorbs slightly into the garment, heat applied flex sits on top of the garment. This means they look sharp and bright because the garment base colour does not affect the design.
For photographic images, these can be applied to garments & merchandise using this process. Being a more specialist application for garments we encourage contacting us for advice. Dye-sub is also fantastic for mugs, bags, coasters & many other promotional items.
Dye-sublimation printing is a digital printing technology using full colour artwork that works with polyester and polymer-coated substrates. Also referred to as digital sublimation, the process is commonly used for clothing apparel, signs and banners, as well as novelty items such as phone covers, plaques, coffee mugs, and other items with sublimation-friendly surfaces.
The process uses the science of sublimation, in which heat and pressure are applied to a solid, turning it into a gas through an endothermic reaction without passing through the liquid phase.