Branding Methods

Pspec Branding
Personalised branding, whre not only the logo but also individual names are branded. This process can now be done without causing any delay to normal branding time.
Engraving
A logo is burned into the product with a laser, with an upmarket look. This process is used on products such as metal pens, flasks, tools, crystal trophies, leatherette items ect.
Pad Printing
Ideal for High volume prints. Allows for up to a four colour print. This process is used on small items such as pens, calculators, keyrings, watch dials ect.
Full Colour Print
8 ink cartridges allow for full colour printing on white and coloured products, as well as heat sensitive products. This process is used on plastic, metal and ceramic items.
Silk Screening
Very effective in producing large and bold logos. This process is used on products such as bags, folders, umbrellas, coolers, notebooks ect.
Debossing
A logo is heat stamped into the product, with a classy, subtle effect. This process is ideal for folders, notebooks and diaries.
Sublimation
Using sublimation inks, full colour logos are applied to a product. This works on man-made fabrics such as Polyester, Nylon and white Ceramic. Also on white umbrellas, white nylon bags and sublimation mugs.
Heat Transfer
A full colour logo is transferred onto a product using a heat press. This process is ideal for Polyester, Cotton, 600D and Neoprene products. It is also suitable for items to intricate for Silscreen Printing
Dome Sticker
Full colour stickers are printed and coated to give a 3 dimensional look. This process is ideal for products with decals.
Full Colour Printing
8 ink cartridges allow for full colour printing on white and coloured products, as well as heat sensitive products. This process is used on plastic, metal and ceramic items.
Foiling
A thin foil is pressed into a product to create a silver or gold colour. This process works best on PU and Koskin material such as diaries.