Sometimes a design needs more impact than our standard printing will allow and thats when our Oversized Printing comes into it’s own. We offer 2 kinds of Oversize Printing; Jumbo which is up to 400mmm x 600mm and we can print up to 5 colour designs and our Full Bleed printing which can cover the entire surface of a T-Shirt. Because our Oversize printing can require a lot of ink, we recommend discharge or water based inks for a softer more wearable print.
JUMBO SIZE PRINTING
FULL BLEED PRINTING
Need more printing real estate than our standard size? Well then is time for our Jumbo print sizing! Our Jumbo prints are pretty large, 400mmm x 600mm and we can print up to 5 colour designs. Because this size is going to require a lot of ink, we recommend discharge or water based inks for a softer more wearable print. With such a large print size, you will need to make sure your garments are going to be big enough to handle a Jumbo print. Our Jumbo presses can accommodate mens shirts sizes from Small up to 5XL.
Jumbo size prints are not ambitious enough? Want to print even larger? Well go ahead and bump it up with our Full Bleed printing! Full bleed (or all-over) printing on t-shirts is so large in size it is best suited for printing with discharge and water based inks. This allows the fabric of a garment to remain soft, pliable, and comfortable to wear. The all-over printing method varies greatly from that of standard, oversize, and jumbo. All-over printing is done by laying the shirt directly on top of an extra large pallet rather than having the pallet slide into the shirt.
THERE ARE A FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER WITH FULL BLEED PRINTING.
Designing for Full Bleed: We can print multicolour, but you need to talk to us first before designing your Full Bleed Graphic. Due to the nature of the print method and the technical limitations, we need to guide you through the process to best achieve your vision.
Seams, Folds & Creases: Anytime you print over seams, print imperfections are likely to occur. It is also normal for shirts to have a slight fold or crease in them around the edges, such as the armpit area. This is very common and will cause ink inconsistencies and needs to be expected. We will do our best to guide you through the process, but it is your responsibility to be aware of this. The only way to avoid these imperfections is to have us print your fabric before the t-shirt is constructed.