HEAT PRESS

The heat press is a machine designed to imprint a design or graphic on fabric, such as T-shirts

It is done with the use of heat and pressure that is applied for a set period of time. The heat press has other uses. It can be used to put designs on coffee mugs, plates and other promotional products.

Ideal for Bags, apparel, headwear and more.

SCREEN PRINTING

Screen printing, also known as serigraphy, is a method of creating an image on paper, fabric or some other object by pressing ink through a screen with areas blocked off by a stencil. The technique is used both for making fine art prints and for commercial applications, such as printing onto folders, blankets, aprons or t-shirts.
  • A great solution, for larger surface areas
  • Provides excellent coverage
  • Allows for up to a 6-colour print

DIRECT TO GARMET

Direct to garment printing Direct to garment printing (DTG) is a process of printing on textiles using specialized aqueous ink jet technology. DTG printers typically have a platen designed to hold the garment in a fixed position and the printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto the textile by the print.
  • It requires no screens and only has one set up cost instead of multiple colour set up costs
  • Ideal for full colour half toned prints as well as small jobs
  • Creates a full colour bold design that elevates any brand
  • The process can however also be done on drinkware, as well as on bags and various other promotional items

LAZER ENGRAVING

Laser Engraving (or Laser Etching) is a Subtractive Manufacturing method, that uses a laser beam to change the surface of an object.
This process is mostly used to create images on the material, that may be seen at eye level. To do so, the laser creates high heat that will vaporize the matter, thus exposing cavities that will form the final image. It is using the laser for marking the surface of an item visible.
  • Provides excellent coverage and long lasting durability
  • It’s a permanent method to brand items such as metal, leather, fleece, flasks, wood etc
  • Creates a tonal effect

DEBOSSING

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Debossing uses the same printed press techniques as embossing, but whereas an embossed design is raised against the surface of the paper, a debossed pattern is sunk in to the surface of the paper, protruding from the reverse side. A metal die is stamped in to the front of the card or paper stock causing a depression or imprint of the design. This debossing can be left as is, known as blind deboss, or the depressed area can be filled with colored ink, giving a rich, luxurious finish, perfect with thick card stocks.

Applications: Paper, plastic, fabric, leather, silicone and metal.

PAD PRINTING

Pad printing is accomplished using an indirect offset printing process that involves an image being transferred from the cliché via a silicone pad onto a substrate. Each colour is applied one at a time in order to achieve the most detail for a small surface area.
  • Great for smaller plastic items like pens, keyrings, small holders etc
  • Can be used to print a one colour print or up to four colours

SUBLIMATION

Sublimation is the process of printing a sublimation ink, onto sublimation transfer paper, using a special sublimation printer. This is an alternative to traditional inkjet transfers in that sublimation ink actually becomes a part of the substrate you print on, whereas inkjet transfers use a carrier sheet to print the ink on top of the shirt or item.
  • Ensures premium full-colour detailed prints onto polyester fabrics.
  • The ink simply migrates to the product
  • Only suitable for white products made from polyester fabric ( minimum 60% ) and polymer coated products

DOMED STICKER

Domed stickers is an epoxy or resin coated finish applied to printed stickers. Domed labels or Gel labels are sometimes called 3D labels. To produce these labels a special resin is applied to the vinyl label, which hardens to a semi-flexible dome.
  • Ideal for multi-colour logos and can be applied to smooth and rigid surfaces, but works best on products with a purpose-made recessed plaque.
  • Produces a 3-dimensional appearance and can be used on diaries, headphones, decals etc

BELLY BANDS

A belly band is a heavy paper band wrapped around an item of merchandise. It’s a wonderful way to elevate the look and feel of a usually plain item to an unique luxury item. Belly bands offer prime space for optimizing brand information and provides a platform to communicate a marketing message in a novel and high impact manner.  Ideal for Folders, notebooks, diaries.

DIRECT TO PRODUCT

Direct to Product Printing provides for the application of full-colour digitally printed logos directly onto the product. By using specialized digital printing head transfers UV-cured ink onto flat or slightly curved surfaces with precision quality and bold, bold colours.

Creates a breath taking item that boasts uniqueness through incredibly detailed print quality. An ideal way to elevate your brand

VINYL STICKER

A full colour  vinyl sticker that can be applied to any item. It’s a very cost effective way to brand low value promotional items with a full colour logo. Can easily be applied to products with flat/slightly curved surfaces.

DIGITAL PRINTING ONTO DRINKWEAR

Digital printing on drinkware is done by means of a UV printing process that uses ultraviolet lights to cure ink as it is printed by means of a rotary inkjet printer. It’s great for printing logos with multiple colors, tones and gradients. Ideal for cylindrical items
A branding method that allows your logo or marketing message to make an impact.

EMBROIDERY

Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric with designs stitched in strands of thread. Driven by computers that read digitized embroidery files, embroidery machines automatically create a design on the product in the form of the logo that was input into the machine.
  • Used to brand various types of fabrics from t-shirts to golf shirts, jackets, bags etc
  • Long lasting quality branding option
  • You can brand a logo with up to 12 colours

HOT FOIL STAMP

Foil stamping is a specialty printing process that uses heat, pressure, metal dies and foil film. The foil comes in rolls in a wide assortment of colors, finishes, and optical effects. Metallic foil is most commonly seen today – particularly gold foil, silver foil, copper foil, and holographic metallic foils – but foil rolls are also available in solid colors in both glossy and matte finishes

Ideal for genuine and imitation leather.