To ensure we can market your brand to the max. All products are brandable!
Please find some of the branding methods below:
In the pad printing process an inked image is transferred from a photo-etched plate to a thick, soft silicone pad. The pad is then pressed against the object. The pad can wrap itself as much as 180° around a small object, and ink coverage is excellent. One colour is done at a time, but registration between colours is so accurate it allows four-colour process printing. Pad printing is mostly used for printing onto corporate gifts like pens, golf balls, mugs etc. Post-curing is aided by the use of heating tunnels.
In the screen printing process a piece of porous mesh is stretched over a frame. Areas of the screen are blocked off with a non permeable material - a stencil - which is a positive of the image to be printed, that is, the open spaces are where ink will appear.
Ink is placed on top of the screen, and a squeegee is used to push the ink through the openings in the screen and onto the product. Items which are usually screen printed are clothing items and bags.
Stickers are digitally printed in full-colour and then automatically cut to any shape by computerised vinyl cutters & printers. The stickers are coated with polyurethane to give a three-dimensional appearance. Domed stickers can be applied to many surfaces or heat pressed onto fabrics. Items which are usually domed can be anything from a keyring to a lanyard to a bag.
Laser engraving is a process by which an image is marked into the surface of either metal (by YAG laser) or organic items (by CO2 laser) by removing approx. 0.8 microns off the surface of the product. A computer system is used to drive the movements of the laser head whereby very precise and clean engravings are achieved at a high rate.
Items which are usually laser engraved are metal products such as pens, keyrings and clocks made from stainless steel or aluminium. Laser engraving is hard wearing and is forever!
Industrial embroidery machines are driven by computers that read digitised embroidery files created in-house by special software. Embroidery machines produce high quality, neatly stitched, multi-colour designs on items such as golf and corporate clothing as well as caps, collars and towels.
3D Embroidery is also optional.
Heat transfer is the most effective way to transfer a full colour image onto a white t-shirt. The image is printed onto a special paper, which is then transferred to the t-shirt with a heat process. The transferred image is full colour photo finish. If we can print it onto paper, it can be transferred onto a t-shirt.
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