There are 3 printing techniques used in Memetic Tees.
Most of the designs are printed in Flex, followed by Flock and finally Digital Direct printing for those designs wich can benefit from a slight intensity fading over time (grunge lettering and whashed out styles)
Flex is a printing technique where the design is cut from a colored foil and then pressed onto the shirt under high heat. Some flex printing features are:
The printed colors have a slight shine to them and contrast extremely well with fabric.
Tests have shown that the form and color of the flex print barely change after 100 washes. It is made of a flexible and resilient material - even thin lines do not break.
Some designs are available in neon colors.
Also many designs are printed with a special vinyl that recharges with light and glows in the dark.
Flock is a printing technique where the design is cut from a colored foil and then pressed onto the shirt under high heat. Flock printing features:
A flock print has a velvety, fuzzy surface. The foil (0.5 mm) is somewhat thicker than flex, which causes the design to appear slightly elevated from the apparel and results in the plush feel. The colors have a soft glow to them.
Flock designs retain their vibrant color after many washes.