Printing Deals

 

If you would like to enquire about printed products please contact us at sales@gotoworkwear.co.uk or give us a call on 07403 503712

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Printed Workwear 

We currently offer 2 separate printing methods. Vinyl cad-cut transfers and Digital cad cut transfers.

Printing can save you money and give you a much sharper looking design than embroidery. It's very economical when used for larger logos, where you can save around £8-10.00 per logo against the equivalent embroidery price!
 
Obviously, embroidery is very durable and will stand up to more punishment, so the nature of your usage will depend on the best method for you.
 
Below is a better explanation of the 2 methods we use. (Please read our section on artwork requirements below)
  
PLEASE SEND LOGO FILES TO  sales@gotoworkwear.co.uk
 
    

Cad Cut Transfer Printing

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Cad Cut Vinyl transfers are suitable for designs of 1 or 2 colours. The process involves cutting out your designs, logos, shapes, names or numbers from the special vinyl sheet material using specialist cutting machines, and then pressing it into your garment using heat and high pressure. (see pictures)

It enables 1 or 2 colour designs and logos to be printed very quickly with no set up charges and is a great option for logo's names and numbers on workwear, promotional clothing and printed sports clothing, as well as high visibility vests and jackets.
This method will stand up to multiple washes without any noticeable quality loss. we recommend washing the garment inside out, drying on a low heat and ironing on a lower temperature with the garment inside out, this will keep your design looking good for much longer.
 

Features  

  • Suitable for 1 -2 colours
  • Highly Durable & Slightly Stretchy Material
  • Perfect for logo's, names and numbers
  • Shorter Lead times
  • No setup charges
  • Creates perfect shapes, lines and details
  • This method typically takes between 2 -7 working days. 

 

Digital Print Heat Transfer

This method allows you to print several colours directly onto the cad-cut vinyl before it is applied to the garment, the advantages of this method is that you can print complex logo's with lots of colours without incurring huge costs.

The durability of this type of logo is pretty good and will stand up to around 40 washes provided the garment is washed inside out and dried on low temperatures.

The ink is solvent based meaning it is waterproof and that it will stand up to being washed with the colour only fading towards the end of the garment's lifespan. Not quite as durable as using coloured vinyl sheets, but much cheaper for multiple colours.

And certainly cheaper and sharper looking than embroidery, especially on complex designs.

This method typically takes between 7-14 working days.

 

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Artwork Requirements

Please send image files with an image quality of at least 300dpi and at the size or bigger than the size you need the logo to be.
 
Please provide logos in a vectored format with all text fonts "converted to curves", this ensures that if we don't have your font we can still read your design in Corel Draw.
 
If you give this information to your logo designer they should be able to provide you with your file in the required format. Doing this means we don't need to complete additional work on your logo and will help to keep your costs to a minimum. There will be no setup fee so long as the artwork is ready to use.
 
If you only have a poor quality image or photo of the logo, send it to us at sales@gotoworkwear.co.uk and we will give it to our graphic design team and advise you on the costs of redrawing the logo for you.
 
Please provide the artwork in one of the following formats:
 
  • .PDF (Preferred for most files) PDF (short for Portable Document Format) is a file format developed by Adobe as a means of distributing compact, platform-independent documents. ...
  • .EPS (Preferred for large signs and banners) ...
  • .JPG (Preferred for images) ...
  • .TIFF (Preferred for high-resolution images)

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