Decorating the items would have great impact on your brand! It will deliver your message clearly, motivate and make connections to your customers. Its time to make a lasting impression to the crowd!
There are several types of Branding Options and Decoration types:
A. Pad Printing - The most commonly used decoration technique, pad printing enables multi-colour printing onto all kinds of shapes and surface textures, making it easy to decorate everything from pens to golf balls. Fast and economical. Pad printing is a great all-round-cost-effective solution.
B. Screenround Printing - Screenroung printing offers all the benefits of screen printing, but can be used on curved surfaces, thereby producing sharp, high-quality images on 3-dimensional objects.
C. Engraving - Engraving is achieved through using a laser beam to precisely etch decoration into a surface. This technique produces superb results for metal, glass and wood. An undouble winner for creating a high-class impression.
D. Screen Printing - Screen printing gives high quality, long-lasting results for single and multi-colour decoration of flat surface. Inks are pressed through mesh stencils to produce clear, sharp images which are ideal for logos and text. A good cost-effective solution for larger quantities.
E. Transferring - Transferring is done by first creating a screen print image on paper and then using heat and glue to transfer it onto the chosen article. This technique can be applied in multiple colours onto all kinds of woven and knitted products and is a good economical solution for multicolour printing of smaller quantities.
F. Embroidery - This traditional technique is instantly recognized as a high-quality feature that works really well for adding extra perceived value. Embroidery can be applied to both flat and knitted products.
G. Debossing - Debossing creates an indented image by applying a die to heat-pressed area. Typically used for real and imitation leather items, it adds professionally stylish texture that's great for adding perceived value.
H. Hot Stamping - Hot Stamping is debossing with a metallic finish, created by applying foil between the to-be-decorated surgace and the dye. A perfect way to create a superior impression, we are currently able to offer hot stamping in silver and gold.
I. Doming - Doming is used to create a 3D version of your image by shaping a raised surface beneath the print. A mould is formed, printed and filled with epoxy which is then hardened to maintain its shape. Fantastic for adding extra dimension to your message, doming can be applied to all kinds of materials on flat surfaces. Doming provides durable decoration with strong resistance to fading or damage.