Print embelishment

UK DCM are experts in printing, the following is a list of our main techniques that we apply to our garments and accessories.

Screen Printing is the most versatile printing process. Different types of screen printing include plastisol, rubber, ink and paint.














Embroidery is a technique in which designs and patterns are created by stitching strands of thread or wool onto a layer of material.



Applique is where a motif or design is made separately, then sewn or otherwise affixed to a cloth or garment. Flock Printing or flocking is a process of applying nylon or rayon fibres directly onto the garment.






Vinyl Printing is a PVC based material applied onto a garment by heat.



Rhinestone / Rhinestuds are coloured pieces of faceted glass / metal created into patterns and then heat pressed.


Dye Sublimation Printing is the process that provides high resolution photographic prints onto polyester substrate fabrics








Glitter Printing/3D Rubber Printing/Pearl Printing are also other various methods that we use. UK DCM keeps up to date with all the latest print embellishment techniques, through our various affiliates and partners.