Our Services

- Spot color

- Simulate Process

- 4 Color Proccess

- Foil 

- Tranfers

- Embroidery

Opening Hours

Mon - Thu:  8:30 am  - 5:30pm

              Fri:  8:30 am - 3:00pm

             Sat:  9:00 am - 3:00pm

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5401 Mitchelldale st 

Suite B1

Houston, Tx

77092

Tel: 832-493-5623
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AMC PROMOTIONS

Custom Transfers

This process works best with small runs, or shirts with customizable features such as names and numbers. There are a few different ways we can accomplish custom heat transfers and we ask that you read a little about each one to ensure you achieve the individual design you are seeking. In some instances we may use a combination of heat transfer methods to achieve desired results.

Custom heat transfer processes vary depending on image and shirts color/order size. Some transfer processes have limitations on fabric color/composition.

Ink jet

Ink jet

Ink jet transfers work by printing the image onto a special ink jet wax transfer paper. When high heat is applied, the wax melts, bonding the image to the t-shirt.

This process works best for transferring large square photographs onto t-shirts.

Products: light and dark apparel

Sublimation

The sublimation dye is first printed onto a bond paper; the paper is then placed on an item and heated to a high temperature. When heated to a high temperature the dye turns into a gas and perforates the pores of the polyester coated item, creating a bright, detailed item that will last for years.

This process is great for short runs with lots of color, and allows for a versatility of products that can be printed on. Sublimation can only be done on polyester fabrics (100% works the best, 65/35 works well, 50/50 is decent but desired results may vary), on white or light colors, and polyester coated products.

Vinyl Transfers

The sublimation dye is first printed onto a bond paper; the paper is then placed on an item and heated to a high temperature. When heated to a high temperature the dye turns into a gas and perforates the pores of the polyester coated item, creating a bright, detailed item that will last for years.

This process is great for short runs with lots of color, and allows for a versatility of products that can be printed on. Sublimation can only be done on polyester fabrics (100% works the best, 65/35 works well, 50/50 is decent but desired results may vary), on white or light colors, and polyester coated products.

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