High-density decorative stitching on fabric that evolved from handwork to today’s high-speed, computerized multi-head machines. With state of the art embroidery equipment, thread and digitizing software, embroider artwork can do applied on a wide range of products.
Heat Transfer is an innovative way of branding a wide range of products with crisp, vibrant, full-color graphics in a heat transfer application. This state-of-the-art technology provides the ability to print and apply detailed logos and graphics while being cost-effective.
Patch twill, woven, and leather etched patches are used to create a premium luxurious look to your logo. Great application for bags, premium blankets, or a wide range of products you are looking to elevate.
A printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. Nylon inks are used for fabrics with a high nylon content or stretch factor (such as polyester or lycra). Plastisol inks are used on all cotton-rich products. It’s ideal for decoration for various fabrics and large format applications, at a low cost.
Sublimation is a simple print and press onto specific blanks. Even though it sounds simple, a little knowledge about it will go a long way. Sublimation permanently adds a design to a sublimation blank such as shirts, ornaments, and tumblers. It lets you create an amazing variety of custom products. To be successful, you need to know how it works and its limitations.
Laser etching is a process that creates marks on parts and products by melting their surface. It is part of the broader category called laser marking which also includes laser engraving and laser annealing. Highly versatile, it can be used with most metals.
To produce a raised mark, the laser beam delivers a high amount of energy to a small area. As a result, the surface of the material melts and expands. This can color the material in black, white or gray.