Embroidered design with a finished edge. Traditionally found on the front of sports uniforms, where lasting application is required.
Process of taking vector art work and transforming it into a language that a sewing machine will understand. Complex process which uses running, satin and fill stitches to create an embroidery design. Teamworks can digitize your logo which means taking it from a paper print idea and produce a logo or design that can be stitched on bags, clothing, blankets or any other object that can be sewn on.
Decorative stitching on fabric. With in house embroidery Teamworks has the ability to control production times and quality control that allows you the customer to have your product on Time and on Budget.
A machine engineered to imprint a design or graphic on a substrate such as a t-shirt with heat & pressure. Teamworks offers personalized shirts and uniforms with names, numbers, or logos with fabric such as econo, gorilla grip, glitter and reflective.
Material cut to ensure clean cuts with the highest precision and accuracy with non-frayed edges.
Professional Jerseys with name & numbered to exact size & font of pro jerseys. Ex. NHL,MLB,NFL players
Trainning/Baseball & Softball ClinicsTrophies/Awards
Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas.
Teamworks has the ability to do up to 6 layers for silk screening your logo, artwork design or team name on a range of items and clothing that can take the process.
Our Team of experts will educate and show you the process to give you the best options to make a sound decision for silk screening your team or small business garments and uniforms.
Vector graphics are made up of many individual objects. Each of these objects can be defined by mathematical statements and has individual properties assigned to it such as color, fill, and outline. Vector graphics are resolution independent because they can be output to the highest quality at any scale