Our entire service offerings are both flexible and valuable for the success of our clients. All services below included and not limited to:

Apparel Manufacturing

Apparel Design

Apparel Printing

Printing Techniques & Appliques

For those who are new to the world of t-shirt graphic design and decoration, we would like to open your eyes to the many design possibilities available here at DBH and help get your creativity flowing. Along with standard plastisol inks, below are a few of the other techniques and processes we are currently offering to our designers. Keep checking back as this list will continue to grow and evolve.

    Colors, Gradients, & Half-Tones

    Designs can be submitted using up to 8 colors per design and may contain gradients and half-tones.

  • High Density Inks
  • High density ink is used to give a design a dimensional appearance or texture. This type of ink can also be used to give a look similar to stitching and are available in virtually any color.
  • Flock
  • Flock is a technique that gives the design a fuzzy feel. It has a similar look and feel to felt and can be applied in many colors.
  • Foil
  • Foil is used to give a design a shiny metallic look. Foils are great for adding highlights to a design.
  • Suede
  • This type of ink, as the name indicates, has the look and feel of suede. When applied to a t-shirt it adds texture and dimension.
  • Metallic Inks
  • Metallic inks are used to give the design a metallic shimmer. The shine is not as strong as a foil and is great for subtle highlights.
  • Gel
  • Clear gel can be applied over a print to give it a glass-like look. Gel is also available as a high density gel for an even thicker appearance and rubbery feel.
  • Water-Based Inks
  • Water-based inks are used to give a design a soft-hand feel and almost no-hand feel after wash. The result is a design that looks and feels like it is almost part of the fibers of the shirt as opposed to a plastisol print that sits more on the surface of the fabric. Water-based inks are often used to achieve a vintage look.
  • Discharge
  • Discharge is basically a bleaching agent that is used to take the color out of the shirt. Discharge can be applied as raw discharge or tinted discharge. Raw discharge will give a dark-colored shirt a bleached look, and tinted discharge results in a more muted tone of the ink color that is used.

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Indaco Pazzo Co., Ltd entire service offerings are both flexible and valuable for the success of our clients. From design, manufacturing and delivery. Our product lines includes: T-shirts, Polo Tees, Jeans.

Contact Us

No. 337/452, Moo 3 Bangkuay-Sainoi Road, Bangrakpattana, Bangbuathong, Nonthaburi 11110, Thailand

Telephone: +66-2-9205252
Others: +66-2-9209878
FAX: +66-2-9209878
E-mail: mona.manakitti@gmail.com