What is Full Colour Heat Transfer?
Full Colour Heat Transfer is a printing process that allows full colour images onto a wide variety of materials using heat and pressure. This is typically done for printing digital images onto T-shirts. This process uses a special type of paper to transfer your design to press it onto your desired product using a heat press machine. Quick, easy, and available for a wide range of colours. With Full Colour Heat Transfer, you can expect a high-quality, full colour image on your product.
We offer a range of suggested heat transferring sizing and placement options based on the most popular orders we receive. However, these recommendations may not be suitable for all orders or garments.
If you wish to imprint your unique design in a location that you're unsure about, please contact us by email or phone to discuss your options.
DYNAMIC AND VIBRANT COLOURS
With a wider range of colours, we're able to provide you a high quality, detailed and visually striking design.
PANTONE COLOUR MATCHING
UNSURE OF YOUR DESIGN COLOURS?
Accurate color matching can be a tricky business, especially when it comes to visual mockups. With so many different devices and screens out there, it's hard to know how a color will look until it's printed. That's why our Graphics Team uses a tried-and-true method for matching colors - assigning a Pantone number from our extensive ink selection. This ensures that your finished product will be as close as possible to the original design you wish to have imprinted, even if it doesn't look exactly the same on your screen. So go ahead and share your designs with us- we'll take care of the rest!
When it comes to color, there's no room for error. That's why we rely on the trusted Pantone system to ensure that your prints come out exactly as intended. Simply provide us with a specific Pantone code, and we'll match it to the corresponding ink color with precision. No more guessing or mistaking one shade for another - with Pantone, you can trust that your prints will be exactly the hue you desire.
To ensure that your prints are exactly the color you envision, we'll include a color code or Pantone number in your artwork approval for you to confirm before production begins. If your design requires a specific color, be sure to let us know ahead of time by providing your brand's Pantone number or including it in the notes of your order. We'll take care of the rest, ensuring that your finished product is a true representation of your vision.
While we'll do our best to match the colors in your design to a Pantone number, there are always a few variables that can affect the final result. From the inks and threads used in production to the lighting and screens that display your design, there are many factors that can impact the final color of your prints. That's why we recommend ordering a sample or small bulk order before placing a larger order, especially if color matching is crucial to your design. This way, you can see exactly how the colors will turn out and make any necessary adjustments before committing to a larger quantity.
HAVE A DECORATION RELATED QUESTION?
WHY DECORATE WITH WASIP?
- Please submit all electronic artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com at the time of placing an order.
- Acceptable formats are PC format: Vector EPS/AI/PDF. All text must be converted to curves/outlines. Multi-colour art must be supplied as a composite with colour breaks. Please compress large files (over 2 MB). Unless specified otherwise, decoration will be within the maximum imprint size provided on the artwork approval form.
- 4C Transfers should be the standard geometric shapes.
- 4C Custom Inserts require images with 300 dpi or higher resolution. Art alterations will be charged a minimum of $50.00 or $50.00/hr. Clean-up, touch-ups, typesetting and resizing are free.
- By submitting artwork, the customer represents that the use or display of artwork will not violate any applicable laws or client restrictions.
- MS Colour Match will be close as possible with no additional charge. Due to equipment, processing, inks, pigments, etc., a reasonable variation in colour between proofs and final printed product may vary slightly.