Monthly Archive: February 2012

New Toys, coming soon!


Today was an interesting day.  We’ve been to our annual trade show to see what is happening in the industry.   Whilst there, we placed an order for a new machine!  This is a very special machine.  It will allow …

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Hi vis clothing


Screen Printing for public & trade customers


Screen printing bulk quantities is what we do the most at IMT Print.  ‘Bulk’ may sound like we mean ‘lots’ but it can actually mean orders around 20-100 pieces.  Screen printing is still the most cost efficient method of garment …

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Martial Arts Fight Wear!

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We are pleased to have UTC on our side!  A fantastic martial arts training facility based in Birmingham.  Check them out here:  UTC have a great range of fight wear & clothing and we are proud to supply printing for …

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Martial arts day!


We do a lot of work for martial arts schools and clubs.  The weird thing is they tend to come in at the same time!  Today is British Sport Martial Arts & Ultimate Training Centre (UTC) for UFC Fighter, Vaughan …

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Hat and cap printing


The general rule for most printing is if it has a flat surface, we can print on it.  The rule can extend to curved surfaces like hats.   We normally have a solution for most requirements!

Need a job doing quick?


We really love jobs like this one.  A local(ish) school were seriously let down by their printer.  They couldn’t complete their order in time…in fact, it would have took an extra 2 weeks for the school to get their gear!!!! …

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Make the most out of your work Wear!

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Here’s a perfect example of turning your work wear into walking advertising.  Start with good, eye catching artwork and go from there!  Good and eye catching doesn’t have to mean over complicated, we saw a van belonging to a sign …

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Short runs & small orders


We know for a fact that some of our competitors don’t like doing short runs and ‘one-offs’.  For some, it can be a real pain to set up machines for one item and then have to reset again for follow …

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