Decoration Techniques ExplainedFROM CONCEPT TO REALITY

Deciding which branding technique to can be a difficult task.  With a wide range of decoration methods available we offer digitally controlled branding methods that will enhance any logo or advertising message.  Suitable logo branding techniques include embroidery, laser engraving, screen printing and pad printing.  To understand and to get more information about the different decoration styles read more details below.

EMBROIDERY

EMBROIDERY

EMBROIDERY

Embroidery is a popular choice when branding clothing, headwear and other fabric products. Computer controlled embroidery machines are utilised for a fast and effective high quality finish.

PAD PRINT

PAD PRINT

PAD PRINT

Padprinting is a decorating method suitable for nearly every surface, shape or size. Through the use of different pad shapes it is possible to print diverse shapes and forms in one or more colours. Fast and economical, this is one of the most popular and utilised printing techniques.

SCREEN PRINTING

SCREEN PRINTING

SCREEN PRINTING

Slik screens can be used only on flat surfaces. It is possible to print one or more colours on most articles. It is a very popular printing technique and a good solution for printing logos and advertising messages.

Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is the practice of using lasers to engrave or mark an object. Despite its complexity, it is very precise and clean engravings can be achieved at a high rate. The technique gives an elegant and permanent decoration to products.

SUBLIMATION PRINTING

SUBLIMATION PRINTING

SUBLIMATION PRINTING

Digital printing is the reproduction of computer generated digital images. Colours are not required to be separated and therefore complex and full colour images can be easily reproduced.

FOIL STAMPING

FOIL STAMPING

FOIL STAMPING

Hot stamping is a dry process in which a roll of pigment or metalic foil material is transferred on to a product using heat and pressure. The heat and pressure releases the foil to the product to form a permanent bond.

DIGITAL TRANSFER PRINT

DIGITAL TRANSFER PRINT

DIGITAL TRANSFER PRINT

Digital printing is the reproduction of computer generated digital images. Colours are not required to be separated and therefore complex and full colour images can be easily reproduced.

EMBOSSING / DEBOSSING

EMBOSSING / DEBOSSING

EMBOSSING / DEBOSSING

Debossing and embossing are two techniques used to imprint images onto paper, leather, or vinyl. In embossing, an image is pressed into the material so that the image raises from the surface. Debossing in the opposite of embossing; the area around the image is pressed so that the image is pushed down into the material rather than raised.

SCREEN PRINTING

DOMING

DOMING

In doming a sticker is equiped with a resin layer (epoxy). This layer is crystal clear, protecting the image below and transforming graphics into visually appealing three-dimensional decorative items.