Your design can be transferred onto foil or transfer paper by means of either digital printing or screen printing. Next, the design is impregnated with colour and generated onto fabric by means of a thermal printer.
This method offers a great number of advantages. Small-scale production is economical since its cost is reduced. Moreover, a meticulously detailed design is created, which is of utmost importance when the clear outline is to be preserved. The virtually unlimited number of colours available and an extremely effective technique, CMYK, contribute to the success of thermal printing.
Information required to estimate the cost: the design size, the colour range, the print run and the deadline.