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PRINTING & EMBROIDERY

EMBROIDERY SERVICE

Embroidery is done by stitching thread to construct an images on the apparel.
A customized embroidered t shirt or polo shirt is a great way to have your team or your business stand out from the crowd

WHAT IS EMBROIDERY?

Embroidery is a process where thread is stitched into your custom product. Logo embroidery is used most often for apparel that will be used for uniforms or promotions. Millions of companies wear logo embroidered shirts to identify and promote their company logos and image. Most embroidered logos are done on the left chest and look really good on polo shirts, button-down shirts, caps and hats, sweatshirts, jackets and bags.

With embroidery you can create a professional look. Some logos may have to be altered a little if embroidery is the preferred method though, because it is very difficult to recreate shading using threads. Embroidery machines have been developed with multiple heads that will allow you to embroider 2, 4, 6 or even 10 pieces at a time saving on costs to set up each logo which is passed along to the customer!

EMBROIDERY DESIGN & SERVICE

When you use an embroidered design, it shows that you took the extra time and effort to create a truly authentic piece of clothing.

PROCESSING DAYS

Usually spend 1 week time to finish

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT

Minimum order quantity is 50 pcs to qualify for free tape cost

PRICE LIST (RM)

ARTWORK SIZE 20-30 PCS 31-50 PCS 51-100 PCS 101-300 PCS 301-1000 PCS ABOVE 1000 PCS
A7 (3″ X 4″)-LOGO 6.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
A5 (6″ X 8″) 9.00 8.50 8.00 6.00 5.00 4.00
A4 (8″ X 11.5″)

USES FOR EMBROIDERY

Embroidery is the perfect way to customise your staff’s uniforms and creates excellent brand recognition. Firstly, your design is setup within a special file format called a DST file. We will use this file and the running sheet to tell our machines exactly how your embroidery designs should be done to ensure a perfect finish.
After the file has been sent to the machine, the garments are then fixed into place using a special support, which clamps the embroidered area of the garment so it is tight and will not move.
Finally, thread colours are added to the machine and the design is stitched onto the garment.

HOW IT WORKS

Digitizing – Converting artwork/logo into embroidery format using special software and can become expensive for complex, detailed or large graphics.
Sewing – The digitized artwork/logo will be loaded into computerized embroidery machine for sewing. Sewing consist of 3 steps which are Framing, embroidery and trimming.
Embroidery is only running by machines, the quality of embroidery printing are always depends on the machines and technician skills and experiences.

STITCH TYPES

There are many types of stitch used with the embroidery process, but the two most common are Satin and Fill type stitches. The Satin Stitch is very basically a loop of thread and a Fill Stitch involves much more thread and is mainly used for filling in blocks of colour or for wide lettering.

EMBROIDERY ON SHIRTS AND CAP LEAD TIME

Embroidery is ideal for certain mediums such as t-shirt, polos, caps, jackets and so on. It adds an elegant touch to your corporate identity or to your own design. However, we do impose a minimum quota for certain products. Kindly call or email to check with us and we will be more than happy to assist you.

POSITION OF PRINTING

Normal Printing Position

WHY HAVE YOUR CLOTHING LOGO’D?

  •      Advertise your company/club whilst you work
  •      Helps your crew feel part of a team
  •      Makes your company/club stand out from the crowd
  •      Identifies the employees of your company
  •      Re-assures your customers that the are dealing with a professional company

GARMENT/APPAREL MATERIAL SELECTION

Choosing the right type of garment/apparel material is an important when embroidering. At Every Tees we use the best quality t shirts and polo tees to insure that the embroidery work looks it best and lasts a long time.
We recommend discussing with us in beforehand, any the preferences of different materials. Our staff can then do the research necessary to insure that the end product is a success!

SILK SCREEN PRINTING SERVICE

We use Silk Screen Printing technology to process mass printing order.

WHAT IS SILK SCREEN PRINTING?
It is known by many names, screen printing, serigraphy, silk printing, but they all refer to the same thing — a millenary printing technique that requires three things:

  •      A screen
  •      A squeegee
  •      Ink

In this process, the ink is pushed through a mesh or stencil to print a particular design on the desired material, like your personalised t-shirt. Either by cutouts or by an impermeable material, the liquid only transfers to the areas the screen permits, allowing for great design potential. The technique has got a long history and has evolved throughout the years, but the mechanics have stayed pretty much the same.

PROCESSING DAYS

It will take 1 week time for normal Silk Screen Printing

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT

Minimum of 30pcs of T-Shirt in one design

PRICE LIST (RM)

ARTWORK SIZE COLOR OF PRINTING 30-50 PCS 51-100 PCS 101-300 PCS 301-1000 PCS 1000-3000 PCS ABOVE 3000 PCS
A4

SAMPLE BLOCK CHARGE

RM50

1 COLOR 5.00 3.50 3.00 2.00 1.50 1.00
2 COLORS 7.50 5.50 4.50 3.00 2.20 1.50
3 COLORS 10.00 7.50 6.00 4.00 2.80 1.90
4 COLORS 12.00 9.50 7.50 5.00 3.40 2.30
W+CMYK 14.00 11.50 9.50 6.00 4.00 2.70
A3

SAMPLE BLOCK CHARGE

RM60

1 COLOR 6.00 4.50 3.50 2.50 2.00 1.50
2 COLORS 9.00 6.50 5.00 3.50 2.80 2.00
3 COLORS 12.00 8.50 6.50 4.50 3.50 2.50
4 COLORS 15.00 10.50 8.50 5.50 4.10 3.00
W+CMYK 18.00 12.50 10.00 6.50 4.60 3.50

PRINTING TECHNIQUE
Silk Screen Printing Technique is a technique that use for Mass Printing, those T-Shirts that sold in the shops, 90% of it are using Screen Printing Technique to print on the T-Shirt. The main process of the printing Technique is these few steps: Design, Template, Plates, Print and Dry these few steps. This technique uses Chromatic printing style to print it.

HOW TO PRINT ONTO BLACK OR DARK T-SHIRTS
It is the same process, with the only difference being that an extra layer of white ink has to be placed as a base before the final design can be printed. If this step is overlooked then the dark fabric will “consume” the design making it look pale. Keep in mind that some amateur or inexperienced printers don’t know this so always make sure you clarify the point with your account manager before going into production.

THE PRICE OF COLOR
Because the technique doesn’t allow for more than one colour to be applied at the same time, a different screen must be created for each tone. For this reason, the less colourful a design is, then the cheaper it will be to produce. As a result, this method tends to work better when placing larger orders. Another factor one must take into account when working with screen printing is the colour of the garment that will be printed on.

WHAT KIND OF GRAPHIC/DESIGN SUITABLE FOR T-SHIRT PRINTING?
If your graphic/design is in the format of (PSD, JPEG), you need to prepare A4[21cm x 29cm] or above, 300dpi Resolution, CMYK Color Format.
If your graphic/design is a Vector Graphic, then there’s no size limitation. (AI, CDR, Flash, EPS format) CMYK Color Format.

POSITION OF PRINTING

Normal Printing Position