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Embroidery How It's Done

Media Library - Embroidered Hat

 

Embroidery consists of two processes; firstly your design needs to be digitised using special embroidery software. This converts the artwork into a format the embroidery machines can recognise and thus replicates the design into stitches on your garments.

 

Once completed this can be loaded into our machines ready for sewing.

 

At Camden Clothing, our machines produce the highest quality embroidery delivering excellent results with every stitch!

 

More information about our embroidery services are availalbe here:

 

Printing Techniques at Camden Clothing

Media Library - Printing Machine 1

 

With over 35 years experience in the printing industry you can take comfort in knowing that experts in all printing methods; depending on the kind of job we then match the most suitable printing method. Here is some information on the methods we put into practice at our workroom.

 

 

Screen Printing

This method of printing is used for quantities of over 25 garments.

 

Screen-printing is ideal for large runs of garments for promotional use, resale, advertising, uniforms, etc.

 

Please note that the price of screen printing is based on the quantity of garment ordered, the amount of colours in the design you want printed and the amount of positions on the garment that require printing.

 

For the printing enthusiast, here is a little more detailed information about what happens during the screen-printing process.

 

Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials, which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas.

 

Screen printed t-shirts wash very well and the final result is very sharp crisp finish.

 

CAD Printing

This process is generally used for quantities under 25. The quality of this printing is very sharp and durable. It is a vinyl finish that is heat pressed onto the garments, It is ideal for one colour text, logos and shapes and can be applied to most fabrics, tee shirts, jackets, bags, etc. There is a large selection of colours available. The artwork required for this process is vectored files.

 

Versacam Printing

This process is generally used for quantities under 25. The quality of this digital print is excellent. It is perfect for small quantities with complex full colour graphics. This printing method is suitable for most fabrics, tee shirts, jackets, bags, etc. The artwork required for this process is vectored files.

 

Light Transfer Printing

This process is generally used for quantities under 25. This process is used on white or very light colourd garments. The print quality is very sharp with vibrant colours. It is ideal for photos and full colour complex graphics.

 

More information about our embroidery services are availalbe here:

 

 

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