Screen printing infuses your design into fabric with precision and durability, using a mesh-based process that applies each colour separately and dries the ink for a long-lasting finish. This method is not only cost-effective for bulk orders, but it also excels with complex, large-scale designs on a variety of fabrics, making it the ideal choice for vibrant, customised and durable apparel.





Submit your artwork in high-resolution vector files (AI, EPS, or PDF) for the best results. These formats ensure your logo or design’s finest detail and colour accuracy. Our team of experts will guide you through the preparation process and ensure your artwork aligns with your brand and colours.


Vector file format is required to ensure best production outcomes. Accepted file formats: PDF, EPS, SVG, Ai. Please include your style guide where available.


Once we have received your vector file, we can rescale to appropriate size. *Typical breast size for breast position is 100mm wide. This may vary depending on the specifics of your logo and garments in your order.


Vector files contain colour codes for us to reference in the production of your order. Pantone colour system is always preferred. Thread colours are matched to pantone by ‘best match’.

We are highly experienced graphic designers, and our in-house team understand how to make your uniform work for your


We’ve screen printed for hundreds of businesses so to make ordering easy we have a selection of standard placements and sizes on all product types.


Screen printing excels in producing long-lasting and vivid imagery, perfect for bespoke t-shirts or eye-catching high-vis gear. While the actual printing is quick, you must factor in both the setup and drying times. If you are unsure if screen printing is the right option for your garment or brand, we suggest you contacting us to discuss you requirements.

Screen printing will the last the life of the garment, so if durability is a key requirement for your purchase then screen printing could be a good fit. There are other factors that should be considered prior to purchase which you can read about here.

Screen printing typically outpaces embroidery when it comes to clothing production, particularly for bulk orders. This method allows for the quicker creation of large volumes of garments by pressing ink through a stencil or screne onto the material. After the initial setup, each time can be printed exceptionally quickly, making it highly efficient for large-scale production.

You can screen print just about any image, but we don’t offer all types of screen printing. We request you send us a 1 or 2 colour vector file if you want to keep it fast and effective. If you are unsure about the suitability of your image, we would suggest speaking to one of our screen printing experts about your requirements.

Screen printing is known for its exceptional durability, with designs that can last as long as the material they adorn, assuming the are properly looked after Screen printed clothing can withstand numerous wash cycles and extensive use without fading or deteriorating, often staying in prime conditions for years. To extend the life of year screen-printed pieces, it’s vital to wash them in cold water with mild detergents and to avoid direct heat when drying.

Screen printing typically holds up well in the wash and is known for its excellent durability. The ink however can crack over time if the garment isn’t cared for properly. To minimise the risk of cracking, it’s recommended to wash screen printed items in cold water, inside out, on a gentle cycle and to avoid using harsh detergents. Additionally, drying items of a low heat setting or air drying them can help preserver the print quality for a longer period.

Screen printing is the process of printing your logo or design onto the fabric using special ink. Screen printing designs onto fabric is an automated process completed one colour at a time using mesh to transfer into on the fabric, which is then dried to set the print or cure it.

Contrarily, machine embroidery is an automated process using a sewing machine or computerised embroidery machine that creates patterns on textiles using a needle and thread. Most commonly embroidery machines have 12 or more sewing heads with up to 15 needles per head (12 items can be found embroidered simultaneously and the logo can use to up 15 thread colours.

You can read more about the differences between the two options here.


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