For us, your happiness and satisfaction are the most important. When our expert team is busy personalising your variously designed gifts every single product get special attention to use the most appropriate printing technique. All printing techniques have their own advantages and disadvantages. Below you can read more about printing methods.

1. Digital printing (direct to garment/DTG)

Digital printing or direct to garment printing is a process of printing textiles. It is a relatively new concept and works in the same way as an inkjet printer, but we use t-shirts instead of paper. What sets it apart from other printing processes we use for garments is that it can produce much higher resolution prints, making it great for replicating detailed images onto your t-shirt, not just on white clothes, but on colourful tees as well. We print on all colours of textiles in a maximum size of 35 x 40 cm.

The quality of the textiles has a direct effect on the quality of the prints. Every t-shirt will print differently. Therefore we use 100% cotton t-shirts.
One significant advantage of digital printing is the softness of the print that gives airy and loose wear. On the other hand, we don't have limitations on the number - the minimum order is just one! It is quick, cost-efficient and gives the best quality print with fast colours. Therefore it is the most frequently used printing method by us.


Digital printing advantage best for printing photos and other difficult colour gradient pictures to the white and colourful garment as well.

Digital printing advantages cost-efficient in case of printing 1 piece.

Digital printing advantages max. printing size 35 x 40 cm.


Digital printing disadvantages it works only on textile made of cotton.

Digital printing

2. Sublimation printing

The perfect choice for decorating presents with pictures and photos.
The process uses the science of sublimation, in which heat and pressure are applied to a solid, turning it into a gas without passing through the liquid phase.
Most commonly used for decorating coffee mugs, cell phone covers and greatly works with textiles made of polyesters, such as sport's wear, cushions and aprons.


Sublimation advantages  permanent, high-resolution, full-colour print. 

Sublimation advantages cost-efficient in case of printing 1 piece.


Sublimation disadvantages cannot be used on surfaces with dark colours and textiles made of cotton.

Sublimation printing

3. UV printing

The UV printing process is great for an extensive variety of items and allows you to print crisp text and vibrant, full-colour images using UV inks on wood, stainless steel, ceramic tiles, plastics, glass, aluminium and more. The high-quality result is very flexible and won't crack or flake off. Therefore we use UV printing labelling notebooks, cell phone covers, pens and more.


UV printing advantages it works on a wide variety of surfaces and materials

UV printing advantages it works on slightly vaulted surfaces


UV printing disadvantages it is not suitable for printing on textiles

UV printing

4. Laser engraving

Laser engraving is a unique imprint technique when we use the laser to remove material, and your design will be cut away or burnt out from your gift with visible depth and texture. Laser engraving is a universal technique for many materials such as metal, wood, glass, textiles, paper and much more.


Laser engraving advantages Maximum precision: laser technology makes it possible to implement the most delicate details and complicated motives.

Laser engraving advantages Secure: due to non-contact material processing, the products cannot damage.

Laser engraving advantages Permanent result: laser engraving makes a very resistant result, your design will not fade and washable.

The only disadvantage:

Disadvantage of laser engraving laser engraving cannot be used to implement colourful patterns.

Laser engraving

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