Flags are printed using large format automated silk screen printing machines. These printing machines allow us to produce each flag accurately and quickly, but due to the lengthy setup process we require a minimum order of 10 flags. Silkscreening is a good choice for simple vector graphics made up of mostly shapes and/or few colors required.
Next the flags are heat treated. This is done not only to make the images look better but also to fix the inks against harsh weather, making them last longer. The inks permeate through the fabric, creating almost 100% coverage on the reverse side.
Five successive washing cycles brings out the final brightness of the flags and softens the cloth. Oven drying guarantees size stability of the flags. The flags are trimmed and hemmed before a reinforcing strip is applied to the top and one side of the flags. The grommets are then inserted and the flags are packed up for shipment.