Digital Transfers

Digital Transfers

Why digital transfers?
Allowing brilliant, vibrant, full-colour images and logos of any size, digital transfers are our most popular print methods for situations where a high-impact design is required.

With no minimums, high resolution prints and the ability to adhere to nearly any fabric from spandex "budgie smugglers" to waterpoof rainwear, digital transfers proudly claim the title of Mabuzi's most versatile print method.

Pros of Digital TransersPro

Cons of Digital TransfersCon

Stunning high resolution prints can be achieved with this print method.

Digital transfers may not be ideal for single colour designs, where a vinyl transfer may be ideal.

Photographic artwork is reproduced perfectly with this print method.

As transfers are printed using process CMYK, precise colour matching is not possible.

Transfers are printed onto a white backing before being cut, enabling excellent colour vibrancy.

Due to the print & cut process, transfers cannot be cut exactly to the edge of rough or "grungy" outlines, or designs that fade out into transparency.

Reproduces artwork well on textured fabrics such as pique knit polo shirts, and is suitable for nearly all fabric compositions (poly-cotton, etc).

Some artwork may not be suitable for this print method, as it is heavily dependent upon the quality of the original artwork.

Transfers can be turned around exceptionally quickly for small orders.

Transfers are not as cost-effective for large orders as the print process is more labour-intensive than screen printing and other automated processes.

Repeat orders incur no set-up fees.

 

Mabuzi stock and BYO garments are both welcome for this print method.

 

This print method can be applied to specialty products in unique positions that other print methods cannot.

 

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