Embroidery consists of two processes; firstly your design needs to be digitised using special embroidery software. This converts the artwork into a format the embroidery machines can recognise and thus replicates the design into stitches on your garments.
Once completed this can be loaded into our machines ready for sewing.
At Camden Clothing, our machines produce the highest quality embroidery delivering excellent results with every stitch!
Screen-printing is ideal for large runs of garments for promotional use, resale, advertising, uniforms, etc.
Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials, which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate.
A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas.
Screen printed t-shirts wash very well and the final result is very sharp crisp finish.
Digital printing is the process in which the design is first printed on to a print media and later transferred to a textile. Whereas vinyl printing technique is when the design is cut from a coloured vinyl media and then pressed onto the clothing under high heat.
The design must be uploaded as a vector graphic – outlined .PDF or .EPS.
Benefit: most cost effective for text logos or artwork in a few colours only and low quantities. Can be applied on most types of apparel.
Pad Printing is a process, using the transfer of ink on a silicone pad, it is ideal for printing on an irregularly shaped object. The silicone pad is the perfect material because of its flexibility. This process is only used for large quantities.
Laser printing is ideal for intricket etiching designs and can be used on many materials. It can used for medium runs requiring the object to ettiched showing the base colour.
UV printing is a digital print process using Ultraviolet light (UV). Using the coating , adhiesive and ink to dry (cure) as soon as it hits the product. A perfct procees to be used on aluminium , acrlic and plastics. It does not release and fumes or toxients making it more enviromently friendly.
We design your very own portal. You choose the products, you send the link out to your staff or customers and we correlate the information.
Your staff or customers decide the size or other options you give them. they then fill in all there shipping information.
We Produce the exact amount that has been ordered so no wastage
We Pack in Standard or customised packaging and labe where it has to be sent, supplying you with all the detail.
We deliver with our trusted partners with a fully trackable system