Printing Methods

Promotional Products Print Method of Doming

Doming

Sticky crystal clear resin type coating.
Extremely durable to scratches and fading.
Used on any flat surface including keyrings, USB's and badges.

Promotional Products Print Method of Tampo Print

Tampo Print

Ink transferred using a pad made from silicone or rubber.
Ideal for products with an even surface.
Perfect for pens, folders and highlighters.

Promotional Products Print Method of Silkscreen Print

Silkscreen Print

Tried and tested process using a stencil method.
Low cost, durable and hard wearing.
Ideal for large print areas such as sports bags, clothing and conference folders.

Promotional Products Print Method of Etching

Etching

Oxidation using mixture of electricity and liquid.
Will never rub off!
Executive elegant finish.
Perfect for metal items including key rings and executive pens.

Promotional Products Print Method of Embroidery

Embroidery

Using a machine and stitching process to build up logo or text.
Hardest wearing print method for textiles.
Recommended for fleece material.
Ideal for caps, shirts and towels.

Promotional Products Print Method of Sticker

Sticker

Low cost printed glue back print method.
Perfect when permanent print not required.
Great for packaging and gift boxes to add little extra finish.

Promotional Products Print Method of Digital Print

Digital Print

Using the CMYK print process from print machines.
Delivers sharp images on low print runs.
Ideal for paper insert products of low quantity.

Promotional Products Print Method of Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving

Engraving into material using precision laser beam.
Permanent and the most durable form of imprint on the market.
High set up costs on low print runs.

Promotional Products Print Method of Embossing

Embossing

Pressure and heat combined on material to leave impression.
Can infill in different finishes to create foil look.
Elegant finish for diaries, conference folders and notebooks.
Setup cost high for blocking die.

Promotional Products Print Method of Transfer Printing

Transfer Printing

Specially produced sticker in full colour.
Heat sealed on for permanent print on items such as mugs.
Can be used for just about any product.
Downside is slow process doubling lead times compared with Silkscreen Printing.

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