Posted: February 20, 2019
6 - 24Size Guide
- 100% BIZ COOL™ Breathable Polyester
- 155 GSM
- UPF rating - Good
- Antibacterial treatment keeps you feeling fresh and cool day in, day out
- Anti-fade, anti-shrink, sweat wicking fabric maximises performance & durability
- Dynamic hexagonal print feature on shoulder and back elevates your logo
- Patterned mesh side panels for added ventilation
In today's modern and technologically advanced world t-shirt printing has progresses from the using silk screen printing and now most screens are made out of a nylon mesh surrounded by an aluminium frame. New processed for printing small runs including direct to garment printing or DTG as it is moist commonly known as. This however hasn't taken off due to the high initial cost of the machine but an added advantage is that it is simple and quick to use with no major setup of screens. Due to this reason and the limitation and speed screen printing is still being used widely in apparel printing such as shirts, tees, t-shirts, corporate wear, workwear, aprons, jackets, bags, custom cut and sew garments and sportswear, and school uniforms, leavers jackets and polos. Based in Perth Australia we can custom print from most major brands such as Biz collection polos, jb’s wear apron, gildan, aussie pacific, ramo, syzmik, dnc workwear, bisley work wear, huski, tru workwear, australian spirit, winning spirit and many more. We also can ship your custom order with your logo to all major cities such as Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne.
Posted: December 25, 2018We now stock the full range of Bisley work wear clothing and it is all available to order hassle free online. Generous loyalty program and easy ordering including embroidery and screen printing to brand your logo onto. We are not just about corporate wear and PPE. We stock Bisley jackets, shorts, cotton drill shirts, vests, coveralls, fire and anti-static clothing, trousers, pants, hoodies etcRead more »
Digitising: Digitising embroidery is the term used for turning an image into an embroidery design, this requires specialised software and the process can be anything from pretty simple to quite complicated. Some skills and training are required to become skillful in digitising. This process was once known as punching because person creating the design would have to punch holes in paper to provide the correct instructions for the machine.