Here at Somethinggreek we offer many different types of design processes to best fit all your needs. We make it easy by listing some pros and cons to each of our design processes.
To make things even easier we have pre selected some of our top products for each design method for you to view. Shop anything from our custom Sorority T-Shirts to custom Laser Engraved Paddles. Our dedicated team of experts are always here to assist you if you have any further questions about any of our processes. Jump to the process method you want to learn more about by clicking the links below for more information.
A printing style in which ink is forced through a mesh screen and directly onto a T-shirt or other type of substrate. The result is the transfer of the screen’s image to the print surface. This creates a vibrant and long-lasting imprint that can be used on a wide variety of products.
When to Pick Screen-Printing
Screen printing, is cheaper when ordering in large quantity. Screen-Printing works well with items like t-shirts and tank tops. A complex design with many different colors will incur higher costs and longer production times.
Your logo is etched into the surface of an object with one of our CO2 universal laser machines. This method creates sharp, clear logos that are unable to be removed. Engraving is available on items such as: wood, metal, and leather.
When to Pick Laser Engraving
This decoration method creates sharp logos that are unable to be removed. Great for promotional pens, custom drinkware, and personalized assisories.
If you have ever used an iron to press a decal onto a shirt then you know the basis of heat transfer, but our method is exceptionally more advanced. The digital heat seal decoration method utilizes regulated heat and pressure to thermally bond graphics onto a material’s surface. You can read our complete step by step guide to custom heat transfer printing here!
When to Pick Sublimation
Sublimation works best when looking to add designs on light color shirts to make them stand out. This durable method will allow you to create custom Polyester shirts.
One of the newest and most fun. This process uses a jumbo-sized printer (almost like the one you have at home) to print directly onto the garment of your choice. It is great for printing small-run, full-color prints.
When to Pick DTG
This printing method has a very quick turnaround time and produces a high resolution image on garments. DTG is one of the most commonly used printing methods for its quality, durability, and price.
Your custom design or logo is printed onto different types of materials depending on the final product. This process works for creating: promotional stickers, vinyl banners, full-color T-shirt designs, and more.
When to Pick Digital Printing
This method works will when your logo/design is very high in detail. This allows for the finer details of your design to be shown. Most commonly done with small orders for quicker turnaround time.