Handy Info

Embroidery

This is the most popular method of branding headwear, bags and most garments. Embroidery provides a more corporate and retail look with a high perceived value. Prices are based on the number of stitches in the logo rather than the number of colours. A free set up for orders over 100 units is also offered. NB* All quotes containing embroidery are based on up to 7500 stitches unless otherwise specified.

Screen Printing

A highly effective method of achieving a spot colour or 4 colour process for branding on garments and other materials, particularly if a large branding area is required. A white base print must be applied (and is an additional colour) to any garment that is not white.

Pad Printing

The perfect way to brand small items, with a general maximum print area of 5 x 5cm this method is usually reserved for stationery items and executive accessories.

Plastisol Transfers

Similar to a screen print only the design is applied on a sheet in reverse and then covered with a fine powder glue. The design is then applied with a heat press to the chosen product. Limited by size and product, this is most commonly used on bags, compendiums, caps and similar items with a porous surface.

Foil Stamping

A process whereby your logo is stamped under great pressure which leaves a fine metallic foil within the specified area. Great on diaries, awards, leather goods etc...

Laser Engraving

A digitally programmed laser etches your chosen logo permanently with perfect precision onto almost any metal surface. This process is best for single colour logos and is superb for fine lines and intricate details.

Embossing

Similar to foil stamping, embossing is a process in which your logo is stamped under great pressure into the actual surface of your product. This is generally only done on soft surfaces such as leather & PVC. It is an ideal way to brand diaries, personal organisers, etc in a classic and subtle manner.

 
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