It is said the first decorated T-shirt was produced in 1939 to promote the movie
"The Wizard of Oz."
Prior to that time, T-shirts were mostly white and considered underwear.
Today, imprinting or applying
a surface graphic is often all that distinguishes what are otherwise
dramatically increasing their market value.
This is as true of ceramics,
glass and other products as it is sportswear.
Decals are a flexible option
whenever you have a surface imaging requirement.
certification of performance of a variety of quality assurance
specifications such as metals release, durability, adhesion, and surface
PRE-SELECTION for quality
appearance requirements such as hue, gloss density, opacity,
reflectance, brightness, sharpness, size, and shape.
PRE-INSPECTION for reduced
manufacturing spoilage such as multiple color registration, or cosmetic
flaws or defects.
LESS HANDLING since each
part is touched only once even for complex and intricate graphics.
ARTISTIC FREEDOM providing
detailed graphics on compound or complex surfaces.
SIMPLIFIED PURCHASING since
there are fewer raw materials to acquire, inventory, and manage
IMPROVED PLANT SAFETY by eliminating
flammable printing inks or fluids, solvent odors, hazardous waste
Other Benefits of Decals:
PRODUCTION FLEXIBILITY AND INVENTORY CONTROL
FAST CONVERSION AND PATTERN CHANGE SIMULTANEOUS
DECORATING OPTIONS WITH WIDE TOLERANCE TO PROCESS VARIABLES.
LOW CAPITAL COSTS
REDUCED FACTORY SPACE, DOWN TIME, SKILLED LABOR,
ink transfers (Decals) are in use today on, Busses, Pool
Cues, Glassware, Baseball Bats, Bird Feeders, Golf Clubs, Fiberglass Showers,
Bathroom Tile, Wall Murals, Basketball Courts, Boats, Ceramic Pendants,
Motorcycles Helmets, Fenders and Gas Tanks, Cigarette lighters, Whisky Flasks,
Guitars, Stainless Steel Thermos, Travel Mugs, Point of purchase displays,
Cameras , Cell Phones, Auto and Bicyclical Restoration projects. Just to name a