Do you want to get a t-shirt printed with your choice of graphics or slogans? B&M Apparel Solutions in Toronto offers a wide range of printing services to craft apparel that reflects your style and personality in the best possible way.
With personalized t-shirts available in different designs, colors and styles, we’ll get you a t-shirt you always wanted to wear. Choose from a catalog of branded uniforms to logo shirts and graphic tees. designer t-shirts for a special occasion, find a tee that’s right for you.
Our Printing Techniques
1. Screen Printing
We use only top-of-the-line materials, from apparel to machines and the ink. It’s all taken care of by professionals who are second-to-none in their field. We work tirelessly to make printing magic, ensuring your design comes out as vivid and true to your vision as possible.
2. Direct to Garments (DTG)
Direct to Garment, or DTG printing, is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks. Have a design with a lot of colors but only want to print a few? DTG printing has no setup fees and is perfect for full color images. These water based prints are vivid and super soft.
3. Dye Sublimation
Dye sublimation printing is one of the most underrated techniques for product decoration. While it may not be applicable for certain surfaces, this process fills many unique niches in the promotional printing market and is the ideal choice for printing on polyester fabrics and polyester resin coated products.
4. Heat Press Printing
Heat press printing is the process of applying heat applied materials to various items, i.e. substrates with a heat press. Heat applied materials contain a heat-sensitive adhesive on one side; when heat is applied by a heat press to the material, the material adheres to the substrate to which it is being applied. The end result is a decorated garment.
5. Heat Transfer Vinyl
Printable Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is used to create digitally printed transfers on shirts and apparel. In comparison to non-printable HTV, you are able to print small detail and larger color ranges. Plus, you don’t have to worry about the hassle of layering vinyl to get multi-colored designs!
6. Plastisol Transfer
Custom plastisol transfer paper is screen printed with plastisol ink on a special release paper. Custom heat transfer sheets use a paper printed with plastisol inks to give you the flexibility of sheets on t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags and more. You can choose from several stock ink colors without incurring any extra charges for custom ink mixing.
7. Computer-aided Design (CAD) Cut Printing
CAD cut printing is one of the most commonly used printing techniques when you’re looking to get printed sportswear. All the names and numbers that you see printed on the back of your favorite rugby player’s shirt is printed using the CAD cut vinyl printing technique.