Screen printed transfers in Canada

Plastisol Heat Transfer Labels Tag

Making custom labels is easy when you partner with Ton Atelier. We offer next day shipping for one single color labels up to 5,000 labels.

– Minimum 100 screen printed label tags.

– Cost efficient way to print labels for yourself or your clients

– Same result as direct screen printing

– Labels can also be printed on multiple items, such as masks, caps and pockets.

– Labels are shipped on a sheet of paper, can be trimmed for an additional fee.

– 20$ setup fee per color. 12$ Each additional color.

 Printed in Montreal, shipped worldwide.
Contact us at [email protected] for more information or to order.

Plastisol Heat Transfers


– Minimum of 2 sheets

– Each sheet have a maximum printable area of 12″ x 16″

– Place as many designs as you want on a sheet, same colors* only

– Same result as direct screen printing with a smooth feeling

– Designs are shipped on a sheet of paper and are not trimmed.

– Our online design tool let you create gang sheets up to 3 colors. Full colors orders must processed by email.

– 20$ setup fee per color. 12$ Each additional color.

 Printed in Montreal, shipped worldwide.

Contact us at [email protected] for more information or to order.

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Why order from us?

Ton Atelier Sérigraphie is a long time established screen printing business in Québec. Over the past years we have developed our own formulas of screen printed transfers to give other printers the ability to create their own garments at a cost efficient price. All of our transfers are tested in house prior to production. We print them, heat press them, stretch them to make sure the client will be satisfied. We have tested multiple inks, powders, special adhesives and additives before making our choice. Ordering from us gives you the peace of mind that your transfers are created by screen printers who knows how prints should look on a garment. For more information you can visit our child company SSTransfers here.

Pricing for 2"x 2" label tag

QTY         One color    Two colors.    3″x3″
100 0.25¢ 0.50¢ +0.10¢
200 0.16¢ 0.46¢ +0.10¢
400 0.15¢ 0.30¢ +0.10¢
600 0.10¢ 0.25¢ +0.07¢
1,200 0.08¢ 0.23¢ +0.05¢
8,000 0.05¢ 0.20¢ +0.05¢
50,000 0.03¢ 0.15¢ +0.04¢

*Setup fees : 20$ first color +12$ additional color.

**Performance labels are + 0.10$

Pricing for gang sheets 12" x 16"

QTY.  One color    Two colors   Three colors   Full color

*Setup fees : 20$ first color, 12$ any additional colors.
**Full color setup fee : 56$.
***Performance transfers + 0.20¢ per print.


Most frequent questions and answers

– 1 day for single color transfers

– 4 Days for two colors transfers

– 5-7 Days for multi colors transfers

Multi color transfers are usually printed using the CMYK method. We separate your design in four layers, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. For dark garments a white base is printed over the whole image to give more opacity. We can also print your design using the simulated process. 

– All transfers are shipped from Montréal, Canada.

– Every transfer is screen printed. This means for each printed color a separate screen is made. Setup fees includes the following : 

  • Printing your design on a transparent sheet
  • Burning the screen
  • Setup the screen on the printing machine
  • Mixing the custom color
  • Testing prior to production
  • Reclaiming the screen

– Every transfer is screen printed using plastisol ink. We prefer using Wilflex and Union inks. Different combinations are used to produce different transfer types. 

Cold peel paper : 
– Excellent opacity
– Athletic transfers
– Semi-gloss finish
– Rubbery feel
– Mostly used to print neck labels and transfers for fleeces.
– Wait 30 secondes before peeling.

Hot peel paper:
– Good opacity, we use special coated paper that leaves 99% of the ink on the garment and not so much on the paper.
– No feel print, smooth, even nicer than direct screen printing.
– Perfect stretching and wash resistance.
– Peel immediately after pressing.

– Before starting to press the transfers you must understand the process. When we screen print directly on to the garments, we place them on a conveyor belt to cure the ink after printing. Plastisol ink is completely cured when the whole design reaches 325 degrees F. To achieve that, we cure the ink for 30 seconds at around 365-370 degrees in the belt. You must understand that there are multiple layers of printed ink, while the top layer reaches 325 degrees. the bottom layer may be at 300 degrees only.


Perhaps while printing transfers, we semi-cure the ink on the paper at around 250 degrees. That way the ink become gelled, like a sort of vinyl. The final cure is happening when you will be applying transfers on your  garments. We suggest to heat you heat press at 375 degrees to make sure the whole transfer will adhere properly to the garment at a medium heavy pressure. You can always lower your temperature to a minimum of 325 degrees. In that case we suggest to repress the transfers once peeled with a teflon sheet to make sure it will stretch and last longer. *Too much pressure or temperature can make the transfer lose opacity.


Have you ordered athletic or classic transfers? Vintage transfers have less opacity.

Too much press time, temperature  or pressure on the heat press can be decrease the opacity.

– Fabric very thin.
– Uneven heat on the platten.
– Make sure you don’t use teflon or parchemin paper.

– Repress using a teflon sheet.

– Image too close to the edge

– Image is not the highest point on the garment.
If it still not working, try to peel your transfer from the paper, it should peel easily. If it doesn’t peel, contact us at [email protected]

– Remove moisture from fabric

– Delay before peeling (hot peel)

– Cool spot on platen

Not enough pressure.
Not enough pressing time.
Temperature too low.

Avoid high heat while washing or drying. Wash in cold water, garment inside out.

Avoid stretching your garment as soon as it gets out of the heat press. The garment keeps the heat for some minutes and while stretching it hot, the transfer will maintain this stretched look and crack faster.
Transfers sit on top of the fabric, they are generally less stretchable than direct screen printing.

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Usefull Information

Application information :

Step 1:
TEST prior to production. With every order we send extra sheets for testing.
Step: 2:
Pre-press your garment to remove moisture.
Step 3:
Heat up your press at 375 degrees F. at a medium-heavy pressure. 
Step 4:
Place the transfer on your garment and press it for 12-15 seconds.
Step 6:
Peel Hot or let it cool down depending of your transfer type. For more durability you can always repress the transfer with a parchemin or teflon paper on top. Contact us for any additional instructions at [email protected]