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Discover some of the various branding strategies that are employed for branded items.

  • Digital Printing

Transfers an image directly onto a textile using a specialized fabric printer.

Because multiple colors can be applied at once rather than in separate layers, this technique is frequently used to print intricate or colorful designs.

Suitable for electronic devices, bags, notebook computers, and desktop computers.

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  • Embossing

The process of embossing involves applying pressure and heat to a flat, flexible surface in order to raise an image or design.

Our recycled leather, rubber, plastic, and paper are just a few of the materials that can be embossed.

Although it produces a high-quality finish, this form of permanent branding is not appropriate for complicated designs.

  • Embroidery

Adds a quality touch to any item with a high perceived value when used to brand materials such as garments, purses, and towels.

The cost is determined on a price-per-stitch basis, therefore employing this technique does not affect the creation of brilliant, colorful artwork.

On some items of clothing, we provide raised 3D embroidery for a more noticeable statement.

  • Engraving

Engraving, which is most frequently done using a laser, allows for the scoring into the surface of materials like metal, wood, glass, and leather of a highly detailed image.

When it comes to branding, engraving can be affordable, especially when customized items are needed.

  • Printing Using Heat Transfer

Although there are numerous alternative transfer printing techniques, the majority of

them involve printing the desired image onto a carrier paper to produce the transfers.

The thing to be decorated is subsequently covered with this image using a machine or by hand.

The transfer is applied to the object by hand when using a water slide transfer, or both the transfer and the item are placed in a press at a high temperature and squeezed together under high pressure, causing the transfer to adhere to the textile.

  • The use of pad Printing

Through elevated temperature the use of an etched plate and silicone pad that wraps around the item to be branded, images are transferred to the object.

The pad has outstanding ink coverage and can encircle an item up to 180 degrees.

This makes it possible to print on curved objects like computer mouse, golf balls, and writing instruments.

  • Matching Pantone

Off the shelf solutions aren't always adequate. Talk to us about Pantone matched choices if your brand demands an exact colour match.

Using your precise colour references, we'll colour your promotional goods of choice, faithfully recapturing the hue of your brand.

A minimum order quantity may be required, although this method can be used with a variety of products.

  • Silkscreen and screen printing

A mesh is used to apply ink through because it has been perforated with microscopic pores that let the ink pass through.

To produce a multicoloured print, many screens might be used. To make the colour shine out when printing on dark colours, layers of white are necessary.

Paper, polymers, textiles, and metals can all be printed on with this technique.

  • Eco-Friendly Inks

We screen print apparel using more environmentally friendly water-based inks rather than conventional plastisol inks.

They produce a print of superior quality, are more breathable, and won't break like their solvent-based competitors. They are also gentle to the touch.

Additionally, since they don't include PVC, our inks don't emit any dangerous chemicals or greenhouse gases.

When cleaning equipment, no chemicals are necessary.

  • Print using sublimation

an instance of a transfer print in which a surface is covered with a specific filmed picture utilizing ink, heat, and pressure. The inks vaporize and permeate the molecules of the substance they have been applied to, imprinting the desired picture on them permanently.

The procedure is constrained by the variety of substrates that can receive the inks, despite the fact that the final image is exceedingly brilliant and persistent. For instance, because the inks are not very opaque and need a white backdrop to maintain their vibrancy, it is not viable to print using this method on natural fibers like cotton or on dark-colored goods. Best suited for goods like mugs, cups, or flags and banners.

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