How to order printed workwear for your business

Ordering your printed workwear online couldn’t be any easier. Our super simple four-step process allows you to completely customise your garments exactly how you want.

  1. Browse our products
    Find the products you’re looking for on our website and add your chosen garments, colours and sizes to your cart.
  2. Add your logo
    Simply upload a high quality version of your logo within the checkout, and specify your chosen branding method along with where you’d like the logo placement on each of your garments.
  3. Artwork approval
    Once you’ve confirmed your order, we’ll send over a proof of your artwork approval to make sure you’re happy before we start the branding process.
  4. We’ll start branding your workwear
    Rest assured we’ve got everything covered from here! We’ll keep you updated every step of the way and update you with regards to shipping and delivery.

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Types of workwear printing

While it might seem as simple as uploading your logo and selecting your product, there’s another important option to consider. There are multiple types of customisation method, intended to provide the best quality possible for all categories of clothing.

The different materials and styles used across the workwear range are best complimented by the various methods of printing and embroidery to provide every product with the perfect finish.

Workwear Embroidery

Embroidered workwear is the most popular method of garment decoration when looking for a high-quality and long-lasting finish. Hard-wearing and durable, logo embroidery can withstand daily wear and tear without the fear of the design fading over time.

Almost any logo design can be embroidered. Our Barudan embroidery machines can stitch up to 14 different colour threads at any one time, making it the perfect solution for both minimal and complex designs.

How it works

Any submitted design is first digitised and turned into stitches. Our expert embroiders then manually line up the frame to match the exact position chosen for logo placement before starting the embroidery run.

Once all garments have been embroidered, they’re ready to be quality checked before being cleaned, steamed and packed

What garments can be embroidered?

Embroidery is suitable for many different types of fabrics, particularly those with thick tightly-woven threads to ensure the stitching holds its shape.

Some of the most popular garments for embroidery include:

  • Polo shirts
  • T-shirts
  • Shirts
  • Softshells
  • Hoodies
  • Sweatshirts
  • Fleeces

Screen Printed Workwear

For printed workwear that calls for bold and vibrant designs, screen printing offers an eye-catching and long-lasting finish.

It’s an incredibly versatile method which can achieve the most stand-out results with different types of prints including metallic, gradients, 3D prints and texturised effects.

How it works

Using heavy duty inks, designs are printed on to the garment layer by layer with individual screens for each separate colour. Our automatic presses use high precision technology to ensure perfect alignment of each layer of the design.

In the interest of keeping costs down, screen printing is ideal for larger order quantities with minimal colours in the design, due to the high set up costs involved when creating multiple screens.

What garments can be screen printed?

The most suitable fabrics for screen printing to achieve the best results are single ply materials that can tolerate heat.

This means that screen printing is perfect for a range of different workwear garments, including:

  • T-shirts
  • Polo shirts
  • Hoodies
  • Sweatshirts
  • Hi vis clothing

Transfer Printed Workwear

One of the most versatile methods of workwear printing, transfer printing is suitable for a wide range of clothing types and accessories.

A traditional method, transfer printing has been used on clothing for many years, producing consistently high quality results.

How it works

The actual printing part of the process doesn’t involve the clothing. Instead, the chosen imagery, usually a logo or branding, is printed directly onto vinyl sheets.

From here, the vinyl image is placed onto the branding area of the clothing, and pressed onto it using a strong, high temperature plate. This heat pressing transfers the image from the vinyl to the clothing, with full colour CMYK printing available.

What garments can be transfer printed?

This printing method is suitable for a wide range of clothing, providing a perfect finish on many product types.

It’s the go-to choice for a lot of safety/protective workwear garments, as well as being an option worth considering for the following:

  • Jackets
  • Hoodies
  • T-Shirts
  • Sweatshirts
  • Coveralls
  • Hi-Visibility Clothing

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