Print Eco offer a variety of eco-friendly merchandise and garment printing solutions so you don’t have to worry about the environmental impact of your products. In this 5-minute article, we are discussing how our garment printing works and our new pre-designed garment range!
How do we Print our Garments?
We use several printing techniques so whatever your garment printing needs, we can offer the perfect solution.
DTG or direct to garment printing is the process by which you print directly onto the material of the garment. It is super long-lasting and offers an incredible print quality. Plus, there are no set up costs!
Screen Printing, often called serigraphy, is a printing technique whereby ink is pressed through a stencilled, mesh screen. This is great for graphics with one or two colours and where larger quantities are needed.
Our final printing technique is embroidery, simply the art of transferring a design onto the garment using threads. This yields a professional, high-quality result which offers durability. For more information on our printing services, visit this page.
How is our Garment Printing Eco-Friendly?
We strive for our services to be as eco-friendly as possible, which is why we use the services we do. We always use water-based inks which are eco-friendly and mean there is an absence of harsh chemicals in your garments.
We turn off machinery when not in use so as to reduce our electricity consumption and we use ZERO plastics in our packaging.
Our print on demand service is an excellent choice if you need a bit of inspiration, don’t have any print-ready files or are simply in a rush! If, in our catalogue of available garments, you see a fantastic design on a tote bag but want it placed on a T-Shirt or any other garment, please just let us know.
Unique to Print Eco is the customisable element of each garment, with added extras, ribbons, glitter, studs and buttons, giving each garment that personal touch. To view all of our stunning predesigned garments, head to our store ocated under “PrintEco Designs”
Get In Touch
If you’d like to discuss your options or have any queries then don’t hesitate to get in touch today, we’d be happy to help. Simply send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 02034 883 618.