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Discover the Different Custom Printing Techniques!

LASER ENGRAVING

Laser engraving represents a precise and durable printing method. A laser beam, guided by a computer, will engrave the company logo directly on the surface of the product. It can be used on various materials such as metal, wood, leather/PU, and glass, providing a sophisticated and elegant finish. Read more

PAD PRINTING

Pad printing is an indirect printing technique that uses a pad to indelibly transfer ink onto the product. It is a customization suitable for a variety of materials including: plastic, metal, wood and paper. It is particularly effective for reproducing small logos on curved surfaces, ensuring high accuracy and definition. Read more

SCREEN PRINT

Screen printing is a color printing technique suitable only for products with flat surfaces. It is a versatile customization in that it adapts to different types of materials without any problems. The ink is applied directly to the surface of the item using a special equipment and then fixed through a drying step. Read more

SUBLIMATION

Sublimation is a printing technique that offers great precision and photographic quality for reproducing logos and promotional phrases. The process involves printing an image on sublimation paper that will then be transferred to the gadget through a combination of pressure and heat. Sublimation inks are able to permanently permeate the surface of the product. Read more

CIRCULAR SCREEN PRINTING

Circular screen printing is a color printing technique suitable for products with cylindrical and regular shapes. Ink is applied directly to the surface of the item using a special equipment and then fixed through a drying step. The screen printing machine rotates the gadget parallel to the frame, allowing continuous prints over the entire surface. Read more

EMBROIDERY

Embroidery constitutes a form of customization that can be applied to a variety of fabrics, offering a wide choice of colors for its implementation. This printing technique employs special automatic sewing machines capable of reproducing company logos with extreme precision.

Despite this, embroidery can replicate detailed images providing a print result characterized by high quality and aesthetic beauty. This customization is often used to create corporate gifts such as: backpacks, hats and bags. Read more

3D EMBROIDERY

3D embroidery is an innovative printing technique that allows for the creation of three-dimensional effects on a wide range of textile surfaces. This process involves the use of special threads and computerized embroidery machines, enabling the creation of intricate details and vibrant colors. With its versatility, 3D embroidery offers the opportunity to personalize clothing and accessories in a unique and captivating way, adding an artistic and distinctive dimension to the final products.

(3D embroidery allows for printing up to 15 colors within the same image, offering visually stunning and durable results.) Learn more

SCREEN PRINTING TRANFER

Screen Printing Transfer represents a printing method characterized by high quality in terms of definition and strength. It is an ideal customization for gadgets of particular sizes or shapes that cannot be screen printed. In this process, the logo is initially printed on special paper and then transferred and attached to the product using a high-temperature press. Silkscreen transfer offers the possibility of achieving vibrant and detailed colors, making it particularly suitable for application to fabrics, umbrellas, briefcases, backpacks, bags, and shoppers. Read more

DIGITAL TRANSFER

Digital transfer is a printing method that enables multicolor personalization while ensuring high quality in image resolution. The use of digital transfer facilitates the creation of complex logos through digital devices that imprint the image on a transfer paper. Then, the paper is applied to the desired product and fixed using a heat press. This printing technique is mainly used for the creation of gadgets such as T-shirts and shoppers. Read more

CUP SUBLIMATION

Cup sublimation is a printing technique that offers great precision and quality for reproducing promotional logos and phrases. The process involves printing an image on sublimation paper that will then be transferred to ceramic through a combination of pressure and heat. Sublimation inks are able to permanently stay the surface of the product. This printing technique is commonly used to personalize cups and glasses. Read more

EMBOSSING

Embossing represents a form of personalization used on leather, paper or wood items. A special custom metal mold is made and then pressed onto the product. This type of printing, which is color-free, gives the personalization a slight relief, offering the sensation of being able to feel the logo through touch. Read more

DIGITAL PRINTING

Digital printing allows the direct application of ink onto the product, offering significant advantages in terms of speed and quality. This methodology allows full color printing, effectively adapting to small quantity production on flat or slightly curved surfaces. The logo is reproduced with four-color customization, ensuring flawless rendering of even the smallest details. One has the option of using Pantone colors. UV printing is used to make gadgets in metal, glass or plastic, with predominant use in pens. Read more

ADHESIVE

Vinyl stickers are digitally printed in color and applied to products that are difficult to personalize with other techniques. The logo is created with a plotter and digitally cut out on adhesive material. Customization of the stickers is done in different shapes and sizes, ensuring four-color printing. The quality is extremely high and the details are extremely accurate. Read more

DOMING

Doming is the combination of printing a logo on a sticker and applying it inside a two-component epoxy resin, thus forming a transparent bubble. This printing technique stands out by creating a flexible surface and giving the logo a three-dimensional effect. Customization, which can be performed in full color and in different shapes, results in a bright, durable and long-lasting end result. Doming printing finds application on gadgets such as key chains and pens. Read more

HOT STAMPING

Hot stamping is a process that involves the reproduction of designs using a hot press on items made of leather or imitation leather. This customization allows the application of a metallic pigment during the printing process, imparting a touch of color to the customized product. The printing process begins with the creation of a plate, which is then fixed on a heated plate. The plate should press against a colored sheet placed over the product, directly transferring the image over the surface of the gadget. Read more

CIRCULAR DIGITAL PRINTING

Circular digital printing allows direct application of ink onto the product, offering significant advantages in speed and quality. This methodology enables full color printing, effectively adapting to small quantity production on round and curved surfaces. The logo is reproduced with four-color customization, ensuring flawless rendering of even the smallest details. One has the option of using Pantone colors.Read more

CIRCULAR LASER ENGRAVING

The circular laser engraving printing technique represents a precise and durable method of personalization. A laser beam, guided by a computer, will engrave the company logo directly on the surface of the gadget. It can be used on various materials such as metal, wood, leather/PU, and glass, providing a sophisticated and elegant finish. It is used to print round or cylindrical objects such as water bottles and pens. Read more

LASER ENGRAVING-VARIABLE DATA

The laser engraving-variable datum printing technique represents an advanced method that uses a laser to personalize objects with unique information. This method allows serial numbers, bar codes, and specific text to be engraved on materials such as plastic, metal, or glass. Laser engraving-variable datum is often used to print pens, key chains, and water bottles. Read more

DIGITAL PRINTING-PAPER INSERT

Digital printing on paper insert uses inkjet technology to project tiny droplets of ink directly onto the surface of the product to be printed. This personalization takes advantage of a sophisticated full-color UV digital printer to create logos and promotional messages with a photographic quality.Read more

OFFSET PRINTING

Offset printing is widely used in the personalization of paper items intended for large production runs. The process begins with the creation of a printing plate, on which the image to be replicated is imprinted. Next, varnish is applied to it. Customization does not take place directly on the paper surface, but through an additional step involving a specially rubber-coated cylinder. Then it is the latter that will transfer the logo to the desired surface. Read more

SANDBLASTING

Sandblasting is a printing technique that involves applying a powerful high-pressure jet of sand and air to the surface of a product to create the desired personalization. This procedure acts similar to an abrasive, almost like laser engraving. In this way, sandblasting creates a detailed three-dimensional, raised effect. It is perfect for personalizing glass, ceramic and porcelain gadgets such as mugs. Read more

FIRING

The firing process Is an ideal printing technique for transferring images onto products with ceramic, glass and porcelain surfaces. This procedure involves applying a label to the gadget intended for printing, followed by firing at a high temperature in the kiln. Special inks on the label allow the creation of complex and detailed logos, fusing directly onto the surface of the object.

 (Two alternatives are available: low-temperature baking, which allows customization with up to 10 colors, and high-temperature baking, which is characterized by considerable strength but limited to black-and-white customization.) Read more

VISION FILM

Vision Film printing is a special method of labeling eyeglass lenses. During the personalization process, a perforated and digitally printed film is applied to the lenses. The printing is done using CMYK colors. Read more