ksssa custom printing art specs

At KSSSA we offer a wide range of printing methods from traditional screen printing for large-scale print jobs, to the latest technology direct-to-garment printing for high detail and 1-of jobs.

Direct To Garment (DTG)

A method of digitally printing ink on to cotton garments (while we can print onto mostly cotton blends, 100% cotton garments will yield a brighter print). DTG garment printing is more economical for smaller runs, is faster and cleaner than traditional screen printing, and we can create either one-of prints or do production runs, regardless on the number of colours.

This print method is not suitable for cotton/polyester blend or 100% polyester material such as polo shirts.

We DTG print using Brothers latest GTX Direct to Garment Printer.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is a printing technique whereby a stencil is exposed onto a mesh screen which is then used to transfer ink onto garments, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by the stencil. One colour is printed at a time, so several screens are used to produce a multicoloured image or design. This method is best suited for small single-colour print orders or 25 and larger multi-colour runs. For small or one-off multi-colour orders, we recommend our direct to garment printing process.


Sublimation is the process of transferring images onto neoprene or purpose coated specialised products. This is used to produce full colour printed images onto stubby coolers, coasters, mouse pads, cups and glasses.

Wide Format Printing

On our Roland Wide Format Printer, we can produce beautifully vibrant stickers, banners, and prints.

Vinyl Cut Stickers

Vinyl Cutting is the process where lettering and outline graphics are cut into single solid colour rolls of vinyl. Excess is weeded from the sheet leaving your design. Application tape is placed over the top to aid installation. Typically, this method is used for one or two colour club, group or business advertising and promotional stickers and building signage. Vinyl rolls can come in many different grades and finishes, please contact us for a quote if you require vinyl for a specific job.