Large Format Printing
Our large format printing can be put to many different business uses and our combined experience of over 50 years in the industry means we can advise you on what’s right for your business.
When you’re looking to have any of the following items printed, trust Simply Logos & Workwear to get it right, first time.
Heat Transfers for clothing – Stickers – Shop signs – Roll-up banners – Posters – Promotional display banners
The flexibility of materials we can print on makes us a popular choice for large format printing in the Dorset area.
These materials include: Vinyl which can then be mounted onto foamex,Banner Material, Canvas & Poster paper
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Screen Printing Services
We are able to produce deigns with up to 8 different colours – all produced on modern automatic print presses. This process is best suited to large volume orders. We have fixed timelines so you know when to expect delivery of your screen-printed garments. For new customers, we will prepare the layout and email a PDF to you for approval usually within 48 hours. Once we receive your approval (or if it’s a repeat order), production will start and your garments will usually be despatched within 7 working days. We specialise in offering a range of printed t-shirts that can be used for screen printing services.
Transfer & Vinyl Printing
The easiest way to describe transfer and vinyl printing is to ask you to think about the name and number on the back of a football player’s shirt. The player’s name and number is cut from vinyl material and applied by a heat press. Transfer printing is similar in that the design is printed onto a transfer sheet and then applied using a heat press. Both these processes are suitable for small quantities of a design with many colours or individual monogramming (name and numbering). Heat pressing garments requires us to select the best combination of time, pressure and heat to ensure the design is permanently applied onto the garment and is durable. Once we receive your approval (or if it’s a repeat order), production will start and your garments will usually be despatched within 7 working days. (subject to status)
Digital Printing (DTG)
This is a relatively new process, and the easiest way to describe DTG printing is to imagine a t-shirt being put through your desktop inkjet printer. Whilst the process and hardware is a lot more sophisticated, the essence of the print is the same. This process works brilliantly for low volume orders. Once we receive your approval (or if it’s a repeat order), production will start and your garments will usually be despatched within 7 working days. (subject to status)
About Screen Printing
Screen printing first appeared in China in 1960 during the Song Dynasty. It arrived in Europe in the late 1700s and until the 1960s was referred to as ‘silk screen printing’. Techniques, materials and inks have greatly improved but the basic method hasn’t changed that much in over a thousand years. The process now involves taking a design, separating it into the individual colours and ‘shooting’ (a photographic process) the image onto a screen, which is in fact a very fine mesh held taught by a frame. Then squeezing coloured ink through the screen onto the garment. A separate screen is required for every colour printed. Today we use extremely durable inks that will last many years and many washes.