We pay close attention to logo details and always convert the logos supplied by clients to high quality vector files. The final vector files are sent sent to back to the client as mockups for approval. This way we are always able to produce quality detailed branding results.
We have vast capacity of experienced technicians across all departments and an in-depth understanding of the complexity of branding provides you with the convenience and cost-savings associated with purchasing and branding product at one point.
Our technical approach allows us to execute branding as a semi or fully automated process to produce higher quantity branded products as Industry-leading turnaround times. Some of the products are also stored in a special facility to allow for 24 hour branding.
Screen Printing is the process whereby a logo is exposed onto a mesh screen, with the blank areas coated with an impermeable substance. Ink is then placed onto the screen and a squeegee pushes the ink through the screen in the areas where the logo has been imposed. Colours are printed one at a time so accurate registration is essential.
Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric with designs stitched in strands of thread. Driven by computers that read digitized embroidery files, embroidery machines automatically create a design on the product in the form of the logo that was input into the machine.
Belly Bands allow you to make a statement that can’t be ignored with full-colour, digitally branded Belly Bands. A superb way to ensure enhanced visibility for your brand, they are perfect for adding a finishing touch to notebooks.
Direct to Product Printing provides for the application of full-colour logos directly onto the product. By using specifically engineered jigs, a specialised digital printing head transfers UV-cured ink onto flat or slightly curved surfaces with photo-print quality and bold, vivid colours.
A full-colour digital image is printed onto a special transfer paper. This paper is then coated with a unique powdered glue which is cured onto the ink with UV rays. Thereafter it is placed onto the product which is inserted into a heat press and the heat from the press allows the print to be transferred directly onto the fabric.
Employing the latest customised UV technology we are able to digitally print full-colour, high-definition digital images directly onto notebooks.
Digital Transfer Printing is the most advanced branding solution available on the market today. This is a simpler and more cost-effective printing solution that offers high resolution, photo realistic results.
This new UV printing process provides for the application of a full-colour digital wrap print directly onto drinkware.
Hot Stamping with foil is a similar process to debossing except that a thin foil is pressed into the product to create a colour. Even though heat and pressure are applied, they are applied in lesser volume than during debossing and therefore the impression is not as deep.
Stickers are digitally printed on an adhesive vinyl in full-colour and then automatically cut to the required shape and size. The stickers are coated with a polyurethane resin to give a three-dimensional appearance.
Pad Printing is an offset printing process that involves ink being transferred from an engraved metal plate onto a product via a silicone pad, creating an image on the product. Each colour is applied separately but the detail in the print can still be excellent.
Using a state-of-the-art laser, the dye from the material surface is removed from a garment by way of a laser etching technique, creating a modern tone-on-tone look which cannot be replicated by any other process. This process creates highly detailed images/logos across zippers and over buttons and seams without damaging the garment or compromising the integrity of waterproof material.
Sublimation Printing is a process done by way of a digital full-colour printer which is fitted with special sublimation inks. The logo is printed onto a special transfer paper and cut automatically to the correct shape. The logo is then placed onto the product and heat is applied, causing the inks to migrate from the paper onto the product.
View some of our recent printing work