Branding Explanations- what branding do i choose for my corporate gift?
We do all our own in-house branding ensuring great turn around times and excellent quality.
Pad printing is a process that uses a silicone pad to transfer a 2D image from a print plate onto a 3D surface or substrate. The pad, because it is flexible, can wrap itself around the curves of an object so the ink coverage is very good maintaining high quality. Up to four colours can be printed. Ideal for pens, memory sticks, lip balm, glass gifts, plastic gifts and other smaller corporate gifts
Screen printing is the process where an image is exposed onto a mesh screen to make a stencil. A squeegee is used to push the ink through the mesh on the substrate or surface of the product to be printed. Screen printing is used to print large items. Ideal for corporate folders, branded umbrellas, T-shirts and branded golf shirt, cooler bags etc.
Laser engraving uses lasers to mark an object. A computer program is used to drive the laser so very precise engravings can be achieved. Laser engraving can be done on metal, wood, glass. Ideal for metal pens, memory sticks, glasses, metal mugs, flasks, knives etc
Embroidery is defined as the art of decorating fabric with a needle and thread. Computerised embroidery machines weaves cotton into the material to form the logo. Ideal for clothing, caps, towels & tog bags.
Stickers are printed on vinyl in full colour. The stickers can be cut in any shape.
Digitally printed stickers are coated with a liquid polyurethane. The liquid flows to the edge of the badge and then stops. It eventually hardens to create an attractive clear dome.