Here at Norton we constantly upgrade our machinery, ideas and printing techniques so as to stay at the forefront of the ever changing garment personalisation, Banner and Sign printing industries and to offer our customer the best quality finished products.

Here are the machines and techniques we use…

DTG Printing

We print full colour logo’s directly onto Garments using our Resolute R-Jet 5 DTG Printing machine. Using a professional ink process which helps create a high quality soft feel print with maximum detail even on complex full colour designs. Perfect for photographic images and cost effective for short print runs avoiding screen set up costs.

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Cut Vinyl

We cut single colour clothing and sign vinyl using our Roland plotter.

Vibrant vinyl ideal for one colour text, logos, numbers, initials and personalisation. We only use the best in clothing and sign vinyls so you can be assured they won’t crack, peel or fade and stand the rigours of washing and nature’s elements

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Banners - Signage - Vehicle Graphics - Full colour logos

We use our Roland Versacamm using Eco Solmax ink to produce high quality, vibrant, long outdoor life banners, signage and full colour vehicle graphics.

We can print and cut vinyl to any shape or size required.

We only use high quality materials and vinyls so you can be assured your signage will stand the test of time. The Versacamm also enables us to print and cut full colour clothing logos that can be applied onto pretty much every type of clothing imaginable.



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Embroidery

We have been embroidering clothing for over 20 years so we know a lot about it.

We use our single head 15 colour machine to personalise your items including all clothing, bathrobes, towels, hats, caps etc. For larger/stitch heavy orders we use our six head embroidery machine which can embroider up to 12 different colours per logo at up to 1000 stitches per minute.

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Screen Printing

The oldest and still most popular way to print garments is screen printing. Screen Printing is a process where ink is pulled through a stencil leaving the logo to form onto each garment the ink is then cured by placing the garment through a dryer or a heat press.

We use screen printing for larger orders with single or minimal colour logos.

We are currently printing a large order of t-shirts for a well known fashion company who like to mix between screen and dtg printing depending on product.

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Poster & Canvas Printing

We print our posters and canvas using our Cannon imagePROGRAPH 6400SE printer. Using Lucia ink for eye catching, high defintion, vibrant, superior print quality.