A traditional method of decorating products, embroidery stands the test of time due to it's effectiveness in enhancing logos. Embroidery adds value to any product or promotion.
The test of size with embroidery is the number of 1,000 stitches per square inch of area and not the number of colours in the logo or how wide it might be.
This process is best used for a single or 2 colour logo which can be easily applied to products with direct screening. The best way to print larger areas such as tee shirts.
Decorating is achieved by pressing ink through a fine mesh screen, leaving a colour imprint on the fabric's surface. High visibility at a low cost!
Rotary Screen Print
A specialised screen printing process designed to apply prints to curved surfaces such as drink bottles or pens.
Plastisol Transfer Print
Multi-colour logos are applied to products through the use of transfers. Logos are first reverse-screened onto a paper like material. The complete logo is then applied to the fabric's surface with heat & pressure.
Digital Transfer Print
The new technology of digital transfers allows for the production of more detailed logos, or the reproduction of photo quality finishes. The images are printed directly onto the transfer and then applied to the fabric's surface with heat and pressure.
Literally a sophisticated rubber stamping process used to apply logos in 1 or more colours. Size limitations apply but this is your most economic method of applying logos to smaller products.
No ink is used in this process. Immense pressure is applied to the product surface and the image or logo is literally pressed into the material. Best suited to leather and certain leather look materials.