Uniform Program Examples

What is a uniform program? It’s a combination of all our offered services, wrapped up in one simple and easy-to-use package.  It is the combined uniform and apparel pieces you need for your team, with your company branding, which is all ordered from our software system.  For your end-users, they have a private company uniform…

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Uniform Program Example

Screen Printing

Screen printing is the process where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in an area made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. The ink is then dried, or cured, by passing the substrate through a large dryer.  Screen printing is one of the most popular methods for decorating…

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Screen Print Logo Example

Heat Transfer

Heat Transfer   Heat transfer, also known as heat printing, is the process of applying an ink that is similar to that used in screen printing.  Screen printed garments have an ink that is applied to the garment through a screen.  The ink is then dried, or cured, on the garment by passing through a…

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Westinghouse heat transfer logo

Embroidery

Direct Embroidery   Logos that are designed for business cards or print, are usually two dimensional.  An embroidered logo is three dimensional and is achieved using thread. Similar to sewing by hand, direct embroidery done on a machine gets very detailed when creating intricate logos.  Having your company logo embroidered directly onto your uniform is…

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Time Warner Business Class Uniform Example