Logos are visual identifiers for brands, products and services. They can be imprinted on merchandise, business cards and websites to help clients identify a company or product.

It is important to ensure that you Process of logo transfer ownership of the design to your client at the time of delivery of the final logo artwork. This is not a 'given' and requires to be initiated by the designer or suggested by the client.

Plastisol Transfers

Plastisol transfers are a great way to add a design without screen printing. These transfers are a good choice for t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats and other products that need to be printed on a consistent basis.

In addition, plastisol transfers are more washable than transfer paper prints, which tend to fade and crack after repeated washings. This is a major plus for businesses looking to increase their efficiency while serving customers.

Another benefit of plastisol transfers is that they are more affordable than traditional screen printing. Using this method can help your business save money and keep more profits in the bank.

The main difference between printing plastisol transfers and screen printing is the type of ink that you use. Using a low-cure ink makes it much easier to print heat transfers because the ink gels faster, decreases the risk of the transfer paper rippling, and speeds up the process.

Water-Based Transfers

Transfers follow a production process similar to screen printing, but instead of using plastisol ink, transfers use water-based inks. This method of printing produces vibrant, soft, and lightweight prints that are perfect for apparel, hats, tote bags, and coolers.

Using water-based inks also helps to reduce the amount of solvent used, which is great for those who are concerned with their impact on the environment. In addition, this method of printing uses fewer screens and requires less setup time.

The MagnaTrans range of water-based heat transfer inks, pigments, additives and adhesives is designed as a 2-pack system for producing single and multi-coloured transfers on release coated film. The inks offer exceptional elasticity, soft handle, high wash durability and superb screen performance.

This one-part hot melt, transfer adhesive is a PVC free, phthalate and lead free formulation that meets all domestic 60degC (140degF) wash requirements. It offers excellent stretch and elasticity and is suitable for most types of transfers and fabrics.

Iron-On Transfers

Iron-On Transfers are an excellent way to add a personalized design to clothing. They are easy to use, customizable, and cost-effective.

Typically, these transfers are made from paper that is heat-reactive, meaning it will stick to the fabric when exposed to hot air or an iron. They are often sold in bundles and come with a number of different sizes.

This is important because the paper should be cut to size before you transfer it to your shirt or other item. This helps the entire image to be transferred, rather than leaving parts of the design unattached.

Another factor to consider is whether the transfer paper will be compatible with your type of fabric or surface. Generally, this is a simple matter of checking the packaging for information on the type of paper used.

Digital Heat Transfer

One of the most popular and environmentally friendly printing techniques is digital heat transfers. This technique is a great choice for logos that require multiple colors and/or complicated designs.

A graphic image is designed on the computer and printed onto high-quality paper using a special solvent ink. When the paper is heated and applied to a promotional item, the ink clings to the material and transfers the graphic image to the product.

This printing method requires a special printer, paper and a heat press to set the design in place. It’s also more expensive than other printing methods because of the equipment needed.

Another advantage of this technique is that it is much easier to print large amounts of items at a time. It’s also much more cost-effective than screen printing when it comes to labor costs.