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Embroidery Technique

General Information

The embroidery technique stands out for high-quality printing on various types of fabric, allowing for the creation of detailed and colorful images. This process uses dot units to form the image, ensuring great precision and durability over time. Embroidery is a craft process that requires the creation of a digital file containing all the details of the work and machine settings. The process takes place through a sewing machine that can hold up to 12 needles, allowing for the printing of up to 15 colors in a single pass (variable data depending on the size of the print area).

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Customization and Production Times

Embroidery can be applied to both uniform or irregular surfaces, allowing for the printing of detailed images with a wide range of colors and designs. However, it does not support the creation of gradients. This technique offers high craftsmanship and perfect execution, giving a three-dimensional effect to the image. Customization requires special attention to ensure consistency and elegance of the company logo.

Colors and Materials

Embroidery allows the use of a wide range of colors within the same customization, but does not guarantee a perfect match with the Pantone color of the logo. However, it is possible to create a variety of shades and use different point densities to create light and shadow effects. This technique can be applied to fabrics such as polyester, nylon, fleece, and cotton, on both flat and irregular surfaces.

Maximum Number of Possible Colors

Embroidery allows printing up to 15 colors per image, with the possibility of variation depending on the size of the print area.

Equipment and Support Materials

Modern embroidery machines are equipped with programmable software that allows the creation of complex and detailed designs on different types of fabrics. This technology is advantageous for large-scale productions, such as corporate uniforms and sportswear. Managing equipment may require significant investments, making this technique more suitable for large print runs.

Cost for Embroidery Production

The activation of equipment and the processing of designs may require significant investments, making this technique more expensive than others. However, it offers high resistance and a three-dimensional effect of the image.

Products Suitable for Embroidery

Embroidery is applied to a variety of fabrics, including towels, blankets, hats, backpacks, bags, and t-shirts. It is an elegant and durable technique suitable for various needs.


Before opting for embroidery, it is important to consider the costs associated with equipment management and design processing. However, this technique offers high-quality results and high resistance, making it an ideal choice for large-scale productions.