When flex printing, the material is computer operated, cut and subsequently transferred on to the fabric by means of heat and print.
Flex printing is recognisable by its smooth surface. The print feels slightly “rubbery”. Various articles such as T-shirts, polo shirts, football shirts, and caps can be printed on. Flex printing adheres to various materials which haven’t been treated with silicon. It’s suitable for large, unicoloured and multi-coloured two dimensional motifs.
The advantages of flex printing
- Very long-lasting
- Washable until 60°C
- Also suitable for coloured fabrics
The disadvantages of flex printing
- No colour gradients possible
- Only suitable for vector files
- No photo-realistic images possible
There are numerous ranges of use for flock and flex: work clothes, T shirts, pullovers, shirts, caps, bags, sportswear, football shirts, and many more.
We will be pleased to submit an individual offer to you.