Our Processes

Ever wonder how we create your one-of-a-kind Greek clothing and accessories?

We offer and do a variety of processes!

Screen-printing (SP)

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.

Embroidery (EMB)

Your custom logo is digitized and sent to our computerized sewing machines that then stitch the imprint into various items such as: hats, jackets, polos, bags, and more.


Pieces of fabric are cut, pressed onto the garments, and then sewn for a classic look.

Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving:
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.

Sublimation (SUB)

A process in which an image is printed onto a special type of transfer paper and then heat-pressed onto a shirt or other suitable materials like mugs and mouse pads. This is great for full-color imagery and promotional items.

CAD / Vinyl Press

CAD / Vinyl Press:
Like other processes, this one uses heat to activate and attach a sort of vinyl sticker onto a fabric. The final product not only looks great, but is also durable and works well with sportswear.

DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing

DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing:
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.

Digital (DIG) Printing

Digital Printing:
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.

Which file types do we accept?

We prefer the following vector file types:

  • PDF (Adobe Acrobat)
  • PSD (Adobe Photoshop)
  • AI or EPS (Adobe Illustrator)
  • CDR (Corel Draw)

But we also accept the following as well:

  • DOC (Microsoft Word Document)
  • JPG
  • PNG

Not sure which one is the best to use? Contact us today!