NEA is a full-service apparel manufacturer, we provide custom printing and custom embroidery services. About our printing, including discharge print, flock print, water screen print, rubber print, glitter print, etc. As for our embroidery, including regular embroidery, 3D embroidery, sequin embroidery, embroidery patches, etc. We provide you with the perfect printing & embroidery services for your apparel brand. 


Print Options


Flock Print

Flock printing is a specialized printing technique commonly used in the textile and apparel industry. It involves applying a layer of adhesive onto a fabric surface and then dusting or electrostatically applying small fibers (called flock) onto the adhesive-coated area. The flock fibers adhere to the adhesive, creating a textured and velvety finish on the fabric.

Water Screen Print

Water screen printing, also known as hydrographic printing or water transfer printing, is a unique printing technique used primarily on three-dimensional objects and surfaces. Unlike traditional flat surface printing methods, water screen printing allows intricate designs and patterns to be transferred onto complex shapes such as helmets, automotive parts, and electronic casings. 

Rubber Print

Rubber printing, also known as rubberized printing or rubber ink printing, is a specialized printing technique commonly used in the garment and textile industry. It involves using a type of ink that contains additives to create a raised, rubber-like texture on the printed surface.

Raised Rubber Print

A raised rubber print, also known as 3D or raised ink printing, is a specialized printing technique that creates a textured, raised effect on printed materials. This technique is commonly used in the apparel industry for adding tactile elements and visual interest to garments, accessories, and promotional items. 

Digital Print

Digital printing refers to a modern printing method that involves transferring digital files directly onto a substrate (material to be printed on) without the need for traditional printing plates or screens. This technique is widely used in various industries, including advertising, publishing, packaging, textiles, and more.

Embroidery Options


Regular Embroidery

Embroidery is a decorative art form that involves stitching designs, patterns, or motifs onto fabric using needle and thread or yarn. It is a versatile and ancient craft that has been practiced for centuries across different cultures and regions. 

It is valued for its beauty, intricacy, and artistic expression, making it a popular craft for creating unique and decorative textiles. It requires skill, patience, and attention to detail, and it continues to be cherished as a timeless form of needlework.

3D Embroidery

3D embroidery, also known as raised or puff embroidery, is a technique that creates a three-dimensional effect on embroidered designs. This effect is achieved by using special foam or backing materials along with regular embroidery stitches.

3D embroidery is often used in creating logos, lettering, and designs on hats, caps, jackets, and other apparel items. It adds depth, texture, and visual interest to embroidered designs, making them more eye-catching and unique.

Embroidery Patch

An embroidery patch, also known as an embroidered patch or simply a patch, is a piece of fabric with a design or logo embroidered onto it. These patches are typically created using embroidery machines and specialized software to digitize and stitch the desired design onto fabric.

Towel Embroidery

Towel embroidery refers to the process of stitching designs, patterns, or motifs onto towels using embroidery techniques. This type of embroidery is commonly used to add decorative elements to towels, making them more visually appealing and personalized. 

Embroidery Application

Embroidery application refers to the process of applying embroidered designs, motifs, logos, or decorative elements onto various items using embroidery techniques. This process involves creating the embroidered designs and then attaching them to different materials or products. 

Sequin Embroidery

Sequin embroidery is a decorative technique that combines traditional embroidery with the use of sequins or spangles. Sequins are small, shiny, flat discs made of plastic, metal, or other materials, often used for adding sparkle and texture to fabrics. In sequin embroidery, these sequins are incorporated into the embroidered design, creating a stunning and eye-catching effect.