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Transfer printing is a mass-production method of applying the logo on curved or uneven surface. It can be used for printing a variety or promotional merchandise such as clothing and materials, pottery, paper and plastics. Transfers can be 1 colour to a full colour process.
Tampo Pad Printing: This is one of the most common print methods on promotional products. It can be used to print on small and curved surfaces but only solid spot colours, no tints; typically used on pens and small plastic items.
Screen printing: This process is a very common method used for printing materials such as T-shirts, Sweatshirt, conference bags and umbrellas from a 1 to 4 colour process. Screens are made from mesh stretched over a frame; then a stencil is formed by blocking off parts of the screen creating a negative image of the design that is to be printed.
Laser Engraving: This process uses a laser to mark an object and therefore does not involve the use of inks. This process is typically used on metal items such as pens, but can also be used on plastics, wood, stone and glass and is more permanent than other print processes.
Embossing: Embossing can either be blind or hot foil; these methods can be used on leather and even some PU materials. Blind embossing creates the logo onto the product by indenting into the material creating a 'shadow' type feel of the logo. The hot foil process heat applies the logo onto the surface of the material using a metal block, these are traditionally colour such as silver or gold, but also greens, reds and blues can be blocked. With the hot foil process you cannot pantone match.
Embroidery: Embroidery is a commonly used on clothing and on some conference and sports bags. The logo is created on a computerised disc; this then can be reused at no extra set up charge. Embroidery costs vary depending on the amount of stitches that there are in the design. Three-dimensional embroidery can look stunning, and has become one of the hottest trends in the textile arts.
Dye sublimation print: This is a computerised process that uses heat to transfer dye onto the product. Typically used on plastic, paper, fabric and ceramics but now being adapted to more and more promotional items.
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