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Print on demand (POD) is a business model that doesn’t require any upfront costs. We produce the printed product after somebody buys it in your store. You don’t have to produce all your stock in bulk and pay the costs of the magazine. You can start your own e-commerce business with little to no capital. You focus on design and marketing, and we will take care of the printing, packing, and shipping part.


In Snapwear we use the leading print technologies in the industry, to provide you with the greatest quality and duration of the print.

As long as the customer follows the product care instructions, the product will retain its quality over a long time.

Direct-to-garment (DTG) printing

This printing method is used for printing on clothing – t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts etc. In this technique, we apply the water-based inks directly to the garment’s surface. The colors are absorbed by the product’s fibers. This is one of the most popular printing methods, as it allows to easily produce one-off products at a economic cost and provides with some detailed graphics and vivid colors.


All-over printing (AOP, Fullprint)

Revive your collections with some vibrant All-Over Print garments and home accesories. We offer a variety of all-over print products, using only sustainable technology and fabrics. We use the “cut and sew” technology. Watch teh video:



Sublimation is the technique where the design is printed on paper and then transferred onto a product – using heat treatment instead of printing directly on top of it.
We can use this print methods, for example for drinkware or polyester products.


These are two of the most common design types that can bring you a different result from what you expected:

Semi-transparent designs – avoid using drop shadow and fade effects. All these semi-transparent parts can look grainy, and discolored.

Black garments with a black design – avoid black designs on black garments, as they may not have the expected dark and glossy effect.