What is Vinyl?

Vinyl is not a natural substance. It is a synthetic man-made material. It is a type of plastic that is made from ethylene (found in crude oil) and chlorine (found in regular salt). When processed, both the substances are combined to form Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) resin, or as is commonly referred to – Vinyl. It was first invented in 1920 by scientists who wanted to develop a material that would help to manufacture everyday products that were easier to make, more durable, and cheaper than what was available. Today, Vinyl has become the second largest manufactured and sold plastic resin in the entire world. Vinyl is a plastic material, which unlike other plastics, can easily be recycled. Because of the durability of vinyl, products made from this material have a long life span.

What is Vinyl Printing?

SYNcere Printing, LLC uses vinyl in several different ways:

Heat Transfer Vinyl –

One of the most versatile and easily way to customize and decorate apparel. Heat transfer vinyl can be used to decorate all kinds of shirts, hats, koozies, jerzees, tote bags and more. Heat Transfer Vinyl is made in single colors and also has specialty options such as patterned, glitter, flocked, holographic, glow in the dark, reflective and 3D puff. When applied correctly, Heat Transfer applied decorations have a washability guarantee of at least 50 washes or the life of the product it was heat pressed onto. Because of it’s versatility, Heat Transfer apparel decorating makes it easy for SYNcere Printing, LLC to provide customers seeking for simple 10 or less shirt orders with an affordable option and avoid paying all the additional fees that come with screen printing.

Vinyl Signs & Decorating –

SYNcere Printing, LLC uses vinyl materials to create transfers, which can then be applied onto another surface such as walls, glass, porcelain, or metal. Some of the most popular types of uses for vinyl is within the advertising industries. Signs and banners of all sizes and shapes can be created using single colored (or layered multi-colors) vinyl and/or vinyl that has been printed on with a custom design and laminated (for protection and durability) like those used on vehicle wraps. 

Examples of Vinyl Printing