Transfer printing  is the most commonly used printing technique today, and offers high flexibility. The actual image is printed on a separate carrier and then transferred to the garment using a thermal process. With this technique, you can easily create clear, bright colours and very fine details. It suits a wide range of applications, from frequently used work clothes – where long-term quality and durability are essential – to simpler items that might only be used on one occasion.
Embroidered appliqué [2} – embroidery on woven badges, leather, reflectors etc. – is a great way of customising your garments. You can create more detailed images than with direct embroidery, and the image can be attached in various ways depending on your needs and requirements. The image is embroidered separately and then either sewn or ironed onto the garment.
Direct embroidery  means that a logo or other image is embroidered directly onto the garment. It gives an elegance that is hard to beat, and the embroidery remains permanently in place. This technique creates unmistakable style and quality and gives clothing a distinguished look.
Other popular techniques include screen printing  and woven patches . For more information about available options, speak to your dealer or call us. The optimal technique may vary according to the garments and materials you are working with – as well as your time frame.
You can easily find the products you need on the new Texstar website, www.texstar.se. After finding your product, click on MinLogo to upload the text or logo you want to see displayed on the garment. Design the garment from the front, back and sides, then save the pictures to your hard disk. It doesn’t get much simpler than this.