Everyone at Riva understands that your brand represents you and your promise to your cutomer. We care passionately about what we do, and our quality controls ensure we deliver to you right first time every time.
Our bespoke branding capabilities allow you to customise your product, with wide variety of options, to suite any requirements.
This array of innovative branding techniques allows you to create a completely unique product for your client.
Digital textile printing began initially as a valuable tool for sampling purposes, but due to the evolution of digital fabric printing technology over the past couple of decades, digital is now a competitive alternative to more traditional methods and has been for several years now.
Traditional screen printing can run at pace and digitally printed fabric may not be produced at quite the same speed, but it’s fast enough for the majority of textile printing requirements and can be a viable option in an increasing number of cases.
Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. The basic method involves creating a stencil on a fine mesh screen, and then pushing ink through to create an imprint of your design on the surface beneath.
Designs made using the screen printing technique may use just one shade of ink, or several. In the case of multicoloured items, the colours must be applied in individual layers, using separate stencils for each ink.