We run a business focused on high quality results

Combining sustainability and quality

When it comes to fulfillment, we have two main goals—ensuring the best quality and making fulfillment as eco-friendly as possible.

To achieve this, we continuously invest in the newest technologies from companies who care about sustainable fashion:

  • Kornit series printers and inks for DTG apparel
  • Happy and Tajima embroidery machines for hats
  • MS printers and inks for all-over print products
  • Mimaki inkjet printers for sublimation products
  • Mimaki UV printers and inks for phone cases
  • Epson series printers and inks for wall art
  • SubliJET HD ink for mugs

All orders go through our 3-step quality check before we ship them out

  • Our automated software checks graphics for quality before fulfillment and our AI tool evaluates if the image needs any adjustments before printing
  • Fulfillment specialists check quality while orders are being fulfilled
  • We run a final quality check after the blank product is customized

We fulfill each product with the technique that’ll yield the best results

We use direct-to-garment or DTG printing for most of our apparel products. It’s like using a regular printer, but on garments. Designs are printed directly onto the garment and absorbed into the fabric.

DTG printing yields quality prints, it’s cost-effective for one-off orders, and there’s almost no limit to the colors and fine detail you can use in your designs.

DTG inks are eco-friendly, CPSIA-compliant, non-toxic, non-hazardous, and soluble in water. They’re free from heavy metals, formaldehyde, and Alkylphenol Ethoxylates (APE).

Embroidery is a technique where your design is embroidered on a product. It’s great for finer details, also logos and texts. We do embroidery on hats, apparel, bags, and home & living items 

We professionally digitize all embroidery graphics by converting your design graphic into a stitch file that the embroidery machine can process.

We use two main types of embroidery: 

  • Flat embroidery—the thread is embroidered flat onto the product
  • 3D puff—a foam insert gives the embroidery a raised look

We use the cut & sew technique for our all-over print products—apparel, accessories, and home & living items. All-over print products are made in two steps:

  • Sublimation printing: Graphics are printed onto sublimation paper using specialty inks. Fabric is placed between two sheets of sublimation paper and goes through a heat press. The heat then transforms the sublimation ink into a gas that gets absorbed into the fabric. This ensures a consistent and vibrant all-over print that covers the whole product..
  • Cut & sew: After a graphic is printed onto the fabric, the shape of the garment is precision-cut and hand-sewn with industrial sewing machines. This gives the product a durable construction.

The sublimation technique is done on ready-made blank products. We use it for some accessories and home & living items.

Graphics are printed on sublimation paper with specialty inks. Each product is wrapped with the printed paper and goes in the heat press, where ink turns to gas and gets absorbed in the fabric.

We use a specific mug sublimation technique for mugs. The paper is wrapped around the mug and placed in an oven or conveyor. Then the inks turn to gas and are absorbed into the polymer coating of the mug.

UV printing is used to customize phone cases. With this process, graphics are printed onto the case. The ink is cured with UV light as soon as it comes in contact with the case, which polymerizes it and forms a hard coating.

For some products, we use printing techniques specifically suited for each product, for example, sticker, canvas and poster, and postcard printing, so your designs are seamlessly transferred onto the product and look as beautiful as you intended them to be

Take a peek behind the scenes

Check out where the magic happens

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