YOUR HIGH PERFORMANCE GARMENTS IN 6 STEPS

We always allow our customer to see that their apparel was created with care and took a lot of efforts.

Consult & Make Artwork

In order to get your uniforms just how you expected it.

we will make mock-ups and then do sample paper prints for your check.

until you are satisfied with every details before your uniforms get produced.

 

Paper Printing

We use high-end ink to print your design onto special transfer paper by the advanced Japanese MUTOH Printer.
Which Produces vibrant colors and vivid images. We can make any design you can imagine.

 

Sublimation Dye Fabric

Experienced employees at Yafa sportswear transfer the paper image to your white fabric using consistent, even heat. Colors can be extraordinarily brilliant due to the bonding of the dye to the transparent fibers of the synthetic fabric

  

Fabric Cutting

We then cut your fabric into corresponding portions with precision and review the quantity of all portions for your order to reduce waste and eliminate errors.

 

Sewing

Stitches play a vital role in seam strength, appearance and flexibility of your Garments. We use Four needles and Six lines advanced sewing techniques in the mass production. Our highly skilled workers are sewing your Garments to get the seams straight enough.

 

Packaging

All of your garments will be well inspected during each step of packing to make sure customers received the goods perfect.

   

What is Sublimation ?


As you may wondering what is sublimation Printing exactly ?

Sublimation is the best choice for team uniforms and custom sports apparels. It is a process of transfer dye to a fabric via heat. The images were printed on a special paper placed on garments and heat is applied, which allow the ink to become part of the fabric. This will leave you with a more breathable, soft -hand feel to the fabric. The most important is that the number, letters and graphics on jerseys do not wear off at all!

   

MORE IN-DEPTH: Sublimation Printing – What is it, and what can it do for you?

We also call it dye-sub, or dye sublimation printing, but no matter what you call it, sublimation printing is a versatile, digital printing method that opens up a world of opportunities to any consumer of decorated goods.

So, what is sublimation? Well, simply put, the process involves printing a design onto a sheet of specialty paper—sublimation paper in this case—and pressing it to a garment with a heat press. Sublimation ink, when heated, turns from a solid to a gas that embeds itself into the polyester fabric. When it cools, it goes back to a solid and becomes a permanent part of the fabric. This means that your transferred design adds no additional layer on top, so there’s no difference in feeling between the printed image and the rest of the fabric. This also means that the transfer is incredibly durable, and under normal conditions, the images you produce will last as long as the product itself.

So, what does all of this mean to you, our customer? There are many benefits to the process:

1: Unlimited colors without extra costs
2: Produces vibrant colors, making it perfect for photographic images
3: Any Pattern that you can imagine ,can print on your garment.
4: You can’t feel the print at all
5: Sublimation print will not crack, peel, or fade

 

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EXPERT AT Sublimation Printing

Now you know why sublimation printing is the way to go for your custom sports apparel. Our goal is on sublimation uniforms and customized apparel.
1:Speed. Once your order placed, it will be finished carefully about only 1 week.
2:Talented designers. Our designers will make artwork and mock-ups for your check, and Free of charge!
3:Professionally made.We use the most advanced technology and the highest quality fabrics to produce your apparel.

What is Four needles and Six lines ?


Four needles and six lines also called Flat lock, It is used primarily for performance garments, such as activewear. Unlike overlocking,Flatlocking doesn’t have layers to the underside,the seam is butted together.On a flat lock stitching, there is no seam allowance with layers folding to the underside which means it has fewer layers to chafe. Think of it, If you’re running a marathon, you definitely want tights with a flat lock. An over locked cover stitched seam, while it won’t pull apart, will chafe along your legs and cause bleeding. There’s other uses too; if you’re making apparel for children with sensory challenges, a flat lock seam is more comfortable.

All our Performance apparels come with flat locks to avoid chafing and better athlete performance and reduce irritation. Following pictures showed you the flat lock sewing.