Heat transfer is carried out by creating a screen print image on paper and applying heat and glue to imprint the image onto the chosen article. This technique can be applied onto all kinds of woven and knitted products. This technique is preferred over screen printing when full color (CMYK) printing is needed.
Screen printing gives high quality, long lasting results on flat surfaces. Inks are pressed through mesh stencils to produce clear, sharp images that are ideal for logos and text. Screen printing is ideal for large quantities
UV printing gives way to printing on virtually almost anything, coated or uncoated, from plastics and glass to wood, metal silicon, leather, acrylic etc. This printing method is best for branding that involves gradation effect, articles that need edge to edge printing (flat surfaces) and 360-degree printing (round surfaces).
With sublimation, heat is released and dyed unto the surface of the product. This revolutionary system allows you to create brilliant full colour graphics, plus vibrant and glossy print on Award plaques, Mugs, Steins, Coasters, Clocks, Plates, Badges, Tiles, Ornaments and even Jewelry.
Our feature-packed computerized engraving machine is a serious workhorse with remarkable precision, versatility and easy to use. It is perfect for range of engraving jobs on acrylic, glass, crystal, wooden award plaques, corporate gifts etc.
Doming is a technique in which a clear resin is sprayed on a print. This produces a beautiful three-dimensional effect. The technique is used for a variety of applications, such as key chains, USB, Desksets, etc.
This traditional decorative technique is instantly recognized as a high-quality feature that works really well for adding extra perceived value. Embroidery can be applied to both flat and irregular surfaces of all kinds of woven and knitted textiles; widely used for polo’s, caps, jackets, uniforms, etc.
Debossing and embossing are techniques use to imprint images onto paper, leather, or vinyl. In embossing, an image is pressed into the material so that the image raises from the surface. Debossing is the opposite of embossing; the area around the image is pressed so that the image is pushed down into the material rather than raised.
Foiling is the application of metallic or pigmented foil onto a solid surface by application of a heated die onto foil, making it permanently adhere to the surface below leaving the design of the die. The foiling process requires a hard and flat surface.