Printing Techniques

Flex, Flock, Digital...? What is the best printing technique for your design? Below is an overview of our techniques.

Click on a printing method to learn more.

Printing technique
Look
Durability
Application
Flexdruck

Smooth
(Flex print)

Matte, overlying colour foil
Very high
Designs in 1 to 3 colours
The design is printed on matte foil and then heat-pressed on the product.
Flockdruck

Velvety
(Flock print)

Velvety,
overlying colour foil
Very high
Designs in 1 to 3 colours
The design is cut out of a velvety foil and then heat-pressed on the product.
Digital Direkt

Digital Print

Inked surface
High
Photos, multi-colours, large-areas
The colours are sprayed onto the product. This is done with a computer-controlled printer.
Spezial-Flex

Special
(Flex print)

Overlying foil with effects
Very high
Catchy look, for special occasions
This special kind of flex printing uses foils that make you stand out from the masses when wearing it. These foils include glitter, glow-in-the-dark and halogen-reflex.
Thermal sublimation

Thermal sublimation

Inked surface
Very high
Mugs, cups, covers
The design is transfered to a special foil and then heat-pressed onto the product.

This is how we print at Spreadshirt

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