Vinyl printing is ideal when you need a simple design printed quickly and economically.
Also known as Cad Cut Vinyl printing, the process is very similar to Digital Transfer printing, with the main difference being Vinyl printing is more suitable for designs with 1 or 2 colours, rather than full colour designs. This process is really popular with sports teams, construction companies, university student’s unions, as well as colleges and schools. The popularity in these areas is a result of being able to have bespoke personalisation across every product, such as names, numbers or job roles.
This option is perfect for those requiring fast turnaround times, or needing printing onto non-conventional materials, such as high-visibility workwear, nylon fabrics and hard hats.
Vinyl prints come in an array of colours, and are ultra-durable, ensuring a bold lasting print, to help your team stand out.
4 Reasons to Vinyl Print
1. Cost effective for smaller volumes.
2. Durable finish.
3. Does not fade easily after washing.
4. Highest quality, with all of our printing & finishing undertaken here in the UK.
Not sure if Vinyl printing is right for you, or need some support? Get in touch with one of our experts.
Not sure if we're right for you? Take a look at some of our recent customers and what they had to say here.
You can also find out more on what makes us a little bit better than your average Vinyl printer here.
How Vinyl Printing Works
The process starts with your artwork being digitally traced into our software, allowing our digital cutter, to be able to cut the design out from a sheet of Vinyl. The Vinyl can then be removed from its backing sheet, and simply heat pressed onto the garment.
Vinyl is the most appropriate solution for simple low cost printing, and comes available in an array of colours.
This is also an effective means to print onto darker colours.
This process is not appropriate for more complex design work or photographs.
Behind the scenes
You can get a behind the scenes look at all of our market leading print technology in the video below.