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Puff Screen Printing:

Puff Screen Printing (3D print) uses a plastisol based ink but is a unique printing technique. The process is as same as the standard normal screen printing that involves the heat press at later stages. Though the ink is the plastisol based in addition to this a foaming agent that helps the fabric in resulting in the required  raised effect or the so called 3D effect on the design applied.

The whole process of printing a puff pattern is taken over by the additional foaming agent onto the plastisol that is modified and then the fabric is made to go through the heat press under a high temperature and then the last usual process curing is done. This particular printing technique is considered to be one of the most attractive technique when seen as a final result because of its raised 3D effect.

The durability and life of the pattern made is long , strong and true. It is used widely because of its versatile nature. It is used in printing tees, hoodies , sweat-shirts etc in all the ordered and required colours.

Uses of puff screen printing:

Puff screen printing is one of the most versatile printing techniques and so it works very well with nearly all garment types with the exception of garments which feature long fibers.

For the best results, the garment should be able to withstand heat, but if you have a specialize garment that you require and are unsure then please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with more advice.

We can always screen print onto T-Shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, polos, tote bags and many more products and so we will be able to find a solution that meets your needs.

Pros and Cons of puff screen printing

Pro’s of Puff screen printing:

  • It sits on the fabric completely.
  • It withstands heat which is a character of a good fabric.
  • It works well with almost all the garments.
  • It is one of the fast printing techniques with professional finish.

Con’s of Puff screen printing:

  • It is a bit expensive printing technique with expensive initial setup.
  • This technique works for orders in bulk since it makes loss with individual piece.


Printed garments are more sensitive and need extra attention when it comes to washing.

To preserve the print and the garment, it is recommended that you wash it inside out on a cold wash.

Do not use a tumble-dryer and do not iron over the print.

Please refer to our Wash & Care Guide here.