This technique is frequently applied to clothes, advertising textiles and utility fabrics. While printing directly, advanced inkjet technology is used. Dye is injected through a printing press composed of a squeegee, an aluminium frame and netting that is made from wire or synthetic fibres. Our equipment consists of automatic M&R textile presses capable of eight-colour, ten-colour and sixteen-colour process printing. Such sophisticated equipment enables us to carry out even the most complex graphic projects. Equipped with manual M&R textile presses capable of four-colour and six-colour process printing, our printing studio is also perfect for small-scale production. To create printed designs, we use only dyes and inks of top quality, such as Wilflex, Rutland and Union ink.
Information required to estimate the cost: the choice of format (up to A4, above A4), the colour range, the print run and the deadline.