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Screen printing involves creating a stencil (printers call this a "screen"), and then using that stencil to apply layers of ink on the printing surface. Each color is applied using a different stencil, one at a time, combined to achieve the final look
Embroidery involves stitching corporate logos or decorative accents on cloth or other materials using thread or yarn. Done by machine, it can be simple or intricate in design.
Pad printing is a printing process that can transfer a 2-D image onto a 3-D object. This is accomplished using an indirect offset (gravure) printing process that involves an image being transferred from the printing plate (cliché) via a silicone pad onto a substrate (surface to be printed). Pad printing is used for printing on otherwise impossible products in many industries including medical, automotive, promotional, apparel, electronics, appliances, sports equipment and toys. It can also be used to deposit functional materials such as conductive inks, adhesives, dyes and lubricants.
Laser engraving is the process of using a laser to etch or mark the surface of a work piece.
This can be used on any metal or aluminium surface.
Large format Digital Printing is the transfer of a digital image in the form of dots per square inch (dpi) onto various substrates, including vinyl, PVC, wallpaper, backlit film and contavision. A print and cut facility is available on modern machinery which enables images to be printed and cut simultaneously.
Resin doming is used to create a domed effect by applying a resin and hardening mixture over a printed vinyl decal. Resin decals can be used to brand various items such as keyrings, pens and other promotional products.
CNC router (Or Computer Numerical Control router) is a computer-controlled cutting machine related to the hand held router used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminium, steel, plastics, and foams. Ideal for Custom Display Elements.
Dye Sublimation is the method of applying an image to specially coated ceramics, metals and polyester cloth, using three main ingredients: sublimation ink, heat and pressure.
Sublimation ink is unique in its ability to convert from a solid to a gas without going through a liquid form. (Just like dry ice.) The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled with pressure and time. Hard items such as ceramic, fiber board, metals, etc. requires a special coating to accept the sublimation inks.