Can you screen print on a jersey?

Using a screen printing number system gives you the best quality numbers. If you’re making a lot of athletic garments, this system will be more cost-effective per print than a heat transfer or number stencil. Because the number system is already created and registered, production time is faster.

What does reversible jersey mean?

A reversible jersey is a top or bottom that can be turned inside out to feature a completely different color, saying, and logo without bleeding through to the other side. Reversible basketball jerseys have become a smart option because of its flexibility and advantages it offers groups.

How do you print on jerseys?

That’s why we usually recommend heat press, or heat transfer, as the preferred printing method for team jerseys. Heat press is a printing method wherein either a digital print or a vinyl swatch is used as a sort of stamp on the fabric.

What material is used to print on jerseys?

Polyester is the material you will need to make a custom print through dye sublimation. Polyester has a lot of great qualities. It is easy to wash, dries fast, and does not require ironing.

What lasts longer sublimation or screen printing?

With sublimation, there are no additional costs for added elements or colors, and the designs last way longer!

Can you heat press vinyl on jersey?

You need to be sure the heat transfer vinyl being heat applied to a team jersey will stay on and be durable. Finding the right material for team uniforms is very important when it comes to decorating for sports. Thermo-FILM® heat transfer vinyl provides you with this confidence.

Can you heat press polyester jersey?

You can heat press on polyester using a temperature below 300℉. High temperatures will damage this synthetic fabric, causing glossing or scorching. With the right temperature setting, transfers that work at low temperatures, and a carefully timed pressing, you can heat press on any polyester fabric.