Explore the vibrant creations With Alhamd Apparel’s All Over Screen Printing.

Alhamd Apparel has covered you here, too, with its special All-over screen-printing services. Being in the business for more than 02 decades has enabled us to master every kind of printing method used to transfer the design to the fabric.

We have got you covered for every of your brand personalization needs and customization you are looking for. Putting your logo on the edge of one sleeve often results in irregular positioning of your logo and brand design if not done correctly.

From Design to Fabric, We are Expert Printing Covering All Areas for You.

We are pretty handy in working with every kind of simple, decent, creative and complex design idea you have in your mind. We specialize in the art of placing the unique logo, style, and pattern on your hoodie pocket and making your brand collection exclusive from your competition.

Assuring the use of the best custom screen-printing standards, we regularly change inks, use the latest and advanced machines and package your custom order in a way that looks finest. Alhamd Apparel will find a reasonable solution for you.

Alhamd Apparel provides multiple options for printing, which include silk screen printing, all-over sublimation printing, heat transfer printing, digital printing, and even direct-to-garment printing.

Silk Screen Printing

Silkscreen printing is one of the most famous & and easiest ways to print designs onto a product such as T-shirts, jackets, hoodies, & more. Due to its fabric-friendly nature, it can print solid-colour designs on almost any fabric, regardless of their blend or processing.

Alhamd Apparel uses the best screen-printing approach for most of the complex designs, as opposed to butter paper, to ensure the result is sharper and more precise. The best part of our screen-printing process is our ability to do complex designs at any location since we do not use modern-day machines for complicated procedures.

Flock Screen Printing

The flock screen printing method, also known as flocking, is a printing approach which includes the addition of dye, tiny fibre particles, and adhesive over the fabric of a t-shirt or printing product.

Flock screen printing results in a tremendous velvety, silky look that feels soft and fluffy to the touch. Adding a flocky touch to your custom screen-printed design makes the design stand out from others and engages your customers quickly.

Water Based/Pigment Screen Printing

As the name tells, Pigment screen printing/ water-based screen printing uses water as the primary solvent for carrying the pigment. The process is similar to discharge screen printing, but the difference is its pigment (color) is based on water instead of plastic-based liquid or Plastisol.

This screen-printing method is primarily used on white and light color garments. It is best suited on light-color fabric such as white, off-white, light grey, etc.

Discharge Screen Printing

Discharge printing is another popular screen-printing method used in the fashion industry. The technique works on the bleaching principle, where the discharge ink is used to remove the dyed areas, resulting in a new color formation over the fabric.

The inks are transferred to shirts. They remove the original color from any spot and replace it with the applied color. In terms of feel, the fabric feels soft, comfortable and durable look.



High Density (3D) Printing

As the title says, 3D screen printing involves the use of ink to create a raised 3D effect on the printed surface of any Apparel product. The sharp edge of this method makes it unique from puff printing.

It uses a particular type of printing ink that is thick and high in viscosity, resulting in printing on each surface layer, adding texture and depth to the final design. T-shirts, hoodies, cosplay suits, jackets, sweatshirts, hats, bags, and banners are typical applications over which high-density (3D) screen printing looks good.

Crack Screen Printing

Also popular as shatter screen printing, crack screen printing is another popular, widely used printing method in the fashion industry. The crack screen printing is pretty handy and open to all kinds of innovative designs.

In this screen-printing method, crack ink is used that sets down and dries off, giving a unique ridges and groovy look that looks good over the apparel. The fracture looks results in a unique glimpse of the fracture pattern.

Puff Screen Printing

For the puff screen printing process, specialized puff inks are used. This technique is very popular and is currently used to give a vintage look to t-shirts, sweatshirts, or jackets. However, sometimes, it is used as part of the image to add focus to a specific point or specific design within a complete design.

For The Puff printing process, specialized puff printing ink is used on screens. After the transfer of ample ink, a degree of heat is applied to the image to get the puff result as required.

Glow In The Dark Printing

The process uses a special Glow-in-the-dark ink; specialized neon inks are used for the glow-the-dark printing process. This ink highlights the images, giving a better result on fabrics with darker textures.

The glow-in-the-dark screen-printing technique is used for funky and fantastic images or glow-in-dark typography, creating a unique look over hoodies, jackets, sweatshirts, T-shirts and more. It can also be used for Halloween costumes if you are looking to create a theme-based clothing line.

Dye Sublimation Process

The Dye sublimation process belongs to the DTG printing family that uses heat to transfer the design from the DTG file to the fabric. This kind of printing is commonly used for apparel and design products.

The Dye sublimation process can easily handle high graphics creative designs. The process involves the use of special transfer ink, which is used as a medium to transfer design. The design printed through dye sublimation doesn’t fade or crack.

Sticker Heat Transfer Printing

Sticker heat transfer printing is a versatile method that involves the transfer of design from printing an image (sticker) and then printing it over the fabric. The sticker is directly fixed over the material.

This printing method is commonly used in the fashion industry for tagless labels. The heat is used to transfer the design and engrave the design into the deep layers of fabric or product over which the design is transferred. The plan doesn’t come off quickly and lasts for a longer time.


Digital Printing

Alhamd Apparel also offers a digital printing service, which is best for lower batch orders. The digital printing method uses a special kind of printer for printing designs over the fabric. The fabric is placed and aligned with measurements in the printer, which prints the designs through a Digital file over the material.

Digital printing is much more reliable and has a lower rate of removal in comparison to heat transfer printing. The result of this print is similar to a sticker being pasted on top of a garment but is definitely long-lasting and can be used to print real-life images onto the products.

Direct to Garment (DTG)

One of the best and easiest method to put on a print is DTG but sadly comes with a higher minimum requirement to its industrial utilization and high cost. However, Alhamd Apparel offers this for the lowest minimum of 100 pieces and can guarantee the print to be of the highest and feel-less quality. Any custom clothing manufacturer that can offer Direct to garment printing to its clients can definitely take your clothing brand to new heights, and that is what Alhamd Apparel intends to do.

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