Vinyl printing, or Cad Cut Vinyl printing as it’s also known, is very similar to transfer printing, except it’s only suitable for designs which consist of one or two colours. The process involves cutting out your designs, logos, shapes, names or numbers from a special vinyl material. The designs are cut using industrial cutting machines or plotters. It enables one or two colour designs and logos to be printed very quickly and is a great option for names and numbers on promotional clothing and printed sports clothing.
Cad Cut Vinyl printing is ideal for low-quantity T-Shirt runs, workwear, sports clothing (such as football and rugby tops) where you need names and numbers. It’s also perfect if you’re looking to create simple T-Shirts and vests as well as promotional clothing for your business, one-off T-Shirts for Bucks and Hens Nights.
Why Choose Vinyl Transfer
A major advantage of vinyl printing is that there aren’t any setup costs involved allowing for short print runs at a very reasonable price. It is also very versatile and can be used on virtually all types of products including T-Shirts, polo shirts, work shirts, bags, caps, micro-fleeces, workwear and lots more. If you have any doubts then simply ask our staff and we’ll give you advice.
The different types of vinyl allow for different specialist effects that your designs can be made from or that could be added to certain elements of your design to make it stand out from the rest.
The most popular effects include glitter printing, glow in the dark printing, reflective printing and flock printing. The process of printing these special effect materials is exactly the same; a plotter is used to cut the design from the material before it is applied using an industrial heat press on to the garment itself.
Benefits of Vinyl Transfer
• No setup costs
• Can be used on virtually all types of products
• Can print up to A3 sized transfers
• High durability
• Perfect for letters and numbers
• Fast to produce
• Perfect for plain colour designs
• Perfect for sports kits (such as football and rugby)