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Silk Screening

Silks​creen printing is a technique where a press transfers ink onto clothing through a mesh screen, except in areas made impermeable by a blocking stencil. Depending on the mesh thread count and number of applied layers of ink, we can provide different levels of coverage to give a "washed out" vs thicker “bubble” look, as well print single and multi-coloured designs.


Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread to a garment. We can embroider a range of items such as caps, toques, shirts, sweaters, jackets, and more. Embroidery is available with a wide variety of thread colour.


Appliqué can be used anywhere that a design calls for large enough filled area such as names and numbers on jerseys. When we use applique, we custom-cut a piece of applique fabric, usually polyester twill, to fill a large area with an embroidered design.  These pieces are applied to a garment during the process of embroidery. Our machines trace an area on the garment where the cut piece is to be applied, then after the piece has been placed with a small amount of tacking spray, the machine tacks down the edges with a zig-zag stitch. For those who prefer a very clean edge, a tightly spaced satin stitch then sews to completely cover the edges.


Sublimation is a process that uses heat to transfer dyes into the fabric. We use Large printers and specialty inks to print on transfer paper, which acts as a medium between the image and the clothing. Once the image is printed, we cut it out and take it to the heat press. After the image is transferred, it becomes a part of the fabric. It looks vivid and feels super soft. That's the difference between sublimation and screen printing. You can feel the ink and design with a screen print because ink sits on top of the fabric, sublimation actually transforms the fabric into the design. For custom sublimation gear, visit our SURGE Custom Performance Wear website. We’d be happy to work with you and answer any questions you may have.

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