Debossing creates an indented image by applying a die to a heat-pressed area. This branding method is great for real and imitation leather products and adds perceived value & create a unique 3D look.
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.
Laser engraving is achieved through using a laser beam to precisely etch decoration into a surface. This process can be done on a wide range of materials and guarantees a permanent finish.
Pad printing or tampon printing is an indirect offset printing process that involves ink being transferred from an engraved metal plate via a silicone pad onto the product creating the image.
Screen printing or silk screen is a printing method where the image is imposed on a mesh screen with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance. Inks are then pressed through the mesh screen to produce clear, sharp images
Sublimation print is the best way to get premium full colour photorealistic prints onto a product. It is suitable for polyester fabrics and polymer coated products. The print is resistant to fading and cracking.
– Transfer print is ideal for branding on fabrics, it allows for extreme detail with small print and perfect for logos with many colours. The technique allows for smaller quantities and maintains the integrity of waterproof fabrics.