Screen Printing is arguably the most versatile of all printing processes. It can be used to print on a wide variety of substrates, including paper, paperboard, plastic, glass, metals and fabrics. The advantage of screen printing over other print processes is that the press can print on substrates of any shape, thickness and size. Eco-friendly inks are becoming widely popular and offer a high end retail look.
A classic and cost effective method of decorating, embroidery continues to be extremely popular. With a variety of thread colours to match your brand, you can be assured that the finished product will have a very polished look to it. 3D Puff embroidery is becoming popular and is something that we can offer on a number of different products.
For logos that are complex or involve a number of different colours, including half tones, heat transfers are a very effective way of decorating a number of products. It maintains the integrity of water proof fabrics and is available in any shape or size.
Appliques are becoming more widely used in the industry, especially with the idea of “vintage” clothing at its height of popularity. Tackle twill or felt is available and you can choose from pre-cut letters and designs or create your own.
Used only on synthetic garments, this provides a very unique look and feel that will definitely distinguish your garments from the rest.
A classic method of decoration which allows you to leave an impression on your logo on a material surface.
Created by constructing a die and then using the die to heat press into the material, whatâ€™s left behind is a clean, crisp logo you can see and feel.
Ideal for leather, durahyde, ultrahyde, recycled rubber and paperboard products.
Laser engraving gives your logo a clean, polished appearance by precisely etching the logo into the materialâ€™s surface. Itâ€™s perfect on metal items including pens, USBâ€™s, flashlights and accessories.
To add dimension and shine to your logo, place it under a clear, high-gloss polyurethane dome.
Pad printing is extremely effective on round or uneven shapes. It uses a silicone pad to transfer the ink to the product.
Similar to laser engraving, deep etch literally “etches” your logo into the product. This process is generally used for glass or crystal products.