Deciding to print on branded items such as the Adidas Team Polo Tee or an Under Armour Jerseys is a statement of knowing what good quality is and that certainly translates on how you value things even in small details.  

But here’s a likely scenario, you wanted to do a customised team jersey on a branded t-shirts that you’ve bought online or from the store. You then bring these to a t-shirt printing companies in Singapore that you found online and asked them to print a logo of your team, company or department at the front and a name and number at the back. 

Sure! The t-shirt printing services company said. After two weeks, you came to collect you’re printed tees and to your surprise, things weren’t exactly what you were expecting. The colours are a bit different, there was a mix up on the names and numbers or the artwork size was smaller than what you’ve expected.  Argument ensues and nobody wants to feel responsible for the mistakes.  

A typical example of miscommunication, because printing on branded apparels is no easy feat as it requires meticulous work, experience and comes with a bigger price to pay (literally and figuratively). 

That’s why Ark Industries is trusted by brands such as Adidas, Under Armour, Flexfit, FootJoy and Titleist as an embroidery and t-shirt printing Singapore because of the reliability and quality that we offer. Through organised and systematic approach, clear communications and advising the most suitable printing methods depending on the article and artwork specifications, we deliver, every time. 

So what kind of printing methods does Ark Industries offers for branded apparels? 

  1. Vinyl Printing

Vinyl transfer printing involves a computer-controlled blade which digitally cuts the design out of the vinyl. This technique is commonly used for designs that need to look vibrant. Good for jersey names and numbers or 1C corporate or team logos. 

  1. Digital Printing

Digital transfer printing allows printing of brilliant, vibrant, full-coloured designs and logos of any sizes by producing an unlimited colour palette through CMYK. The quality of print and the range of colors, especially gradients is better using the digital print as compared to silk screen printing. 

  1. Silkscreen Printing

Silkscreen printing, also known as screen printing, is a popular method for applying designs on t-shirts. It works like a stencil, in which the artwork is burned unto a mesh and empty areas are covered with an impervious chemical. After which, ink is applied and pushed through the mesh onto the t-shirt. It is the most durable among the list but also takes the most effort and caution. 

  1. Indirect Silkscreen Printing

Indirect silkscreen combines the elements of both the direct silkscreen preparation method and photographic film. This is suitable for artworks with a very small and intricate details in large volumes on either Adidas jerseys or Under Armour Polo Tee. 

Exercising extra care, diligence and deliberate testings on these printing methods whether it is a branded apparel or even a generic t-shirt makes Ark Industries t-shirt printing services more reliable and trustworthy.
At Ark Industries, we have over 10 years of experience in various types of t-shirt printing on branded apparels and we are able to advice on which type of print is more suitable for your design. Making the right decision means time and money saved and great print work! For a fuss-free, excellent experience, please contact us at +65 63520988, email us at info@ark.sg or send us a message using the form below.