Marking types

We use all the most common marking methods to mark our products


Embroidery = sewn text or pattern

Usually used in caps and hats. Also suitable for towels, bags, shirts and jackets. An embroidery design can be the name of an association or company, a logo, or any clear, graphic design.

Why is it used?

Embroidery withstands long life and several washings without fading colors. 100% viscose or polyester is most commonly used in embroidery because of its technical properties.


Embroidery can be done directly on textiles or, alternatively, on an embroidered mark that is attached to the product by sewing.

Transfer printing

How is it done

Textile pressing is a process whereby a text, photograph or logo is printed and cut on a heat transfer film, which is applied to the product by high pressure and heat.

Why is it used?

Heat press transfer can be used to create finer and thinner lines than embroidery, for example. Transfer printing is also an extremely fast and inexpensive way of marking.


Textile transfer printing is most often used on workwear, hats, t-shirts and hoodies.

Screen printing

How is it done?

Screen printing is a printing process wherein the colors are printed on the surface of the material through the screen fabric.

Why is it used?

Screen printing is especially suitable for large order quantities. A separate film is made for screen printing, so start-up costs will only level off when the order is a few dozen or more. The price depends the number of colors and the number of products.


Screen printing is a flexible method that can be used in almost all textile products, such as hoodies and t-shirts.

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