What is the difference between
   a screen-printed t-shirt and a transfer

We have the ability to supply our customers with both high quality screen printing and heat applied transfers. Screen printing involves a separate silk screen for each ink color which is then applied to the t-shirt and then heated to a temperature of 325 degrees to cure the ink and bond the ink to the garment. The heat transfer process is typically for short runs from one piece to one dozen. We use a specialized transfer process called sublimation. Sublimation printing is achieved with inks that bond themselves to the polyester in the t-shirt or to a coating that is adheared to the coffee cup or any of the other items we offer. These inks are very transparent and work best on white colored items and require a t-shirt made specifically for the sublimation process.