With a vast array of gifts to choose from, we can print just about anything on almost surface. From custom-printed stationery, cups, mugs, glass, coasters, pens, wristbands, t-shirts, gowns, fleeces to memory sticks, lanyards, mousepads, electronic devices and various fabrics and materials.
Pad Printing: This application is done using a silicone pad. It functions as a transfer vehicle, picking up ink from the printing plate and pressing it directly onto the product.
Sublimation Printing: This printing method uses heat sensitive inks. This ink is transformed to gas under the influence of heat and combine with a 100% polyester medium. Because the altered into part of the structure of the material, the images on the fabric don’t fade or crack – even after multiple washings.
Screen Printing: This is most versatile method of printing and useful on common household products such as boards, glass, material, textiles, plastic etc. The process uses a stencil made with tightly stretched metal frame, with ink the being substrated by placing the material being printed on the screen.
Transfer Printing: This is a method of decorating pottery and /or other materials using an engraved copper or steel plates from which a monochrome print on paper is taken which is then transferred by pressing onto the ceramic piece.
Laser Engraving: This method is achieved by burning the top layer of the substrate with a thin laser beam that cuts through the product creating a lasting detailed logo. Suitable for materials like rubber, leather, wood, Perspex (acrylic), glass.