Screen printing and transfer marking techniques are combined. By screen printing the design is printed on a silicone paper.
Subsequently, the pattern printed on the paper is transferred to the desired textile product by means of heat.
Its usual use is made on t-shirts, sweatshirts and different textile garments.
- It allows repetitions without fixed repetition costs. As long as a small collection of leaves is made.
- Higher color contrast than classic screen printing.
- Higher costs than basic screen printing.
- Slightly higher delivery times.