Debossing uses a die to press a logo directly into a material's surface. It is best used on leather, durahyde and vinyl products. Color stamping enhances one-color designs by applying colored foil to the material's surface. Or combine Deboss and Color Stamping to color stamp the logo to the surface and then deboss it into the material. This method is available only on vinyl patches.
Direct screening easily applies single color logos to products by pressing ink through a fine mesh screen, leaving a color imprint on the material's surface. Multi-colored logos are applied through Transfers. Logos are reverse-screened onto a paper-like transfer material and then applied to a material's surface with heat and pressure. Photo Real transfers intricate logos on to products by using transfer techniques with very fine halftones and an expanded color range.
To use this classic method, a design must be transferred from an image to the needles, threads, stitch types and transitions through a process called Digitizing. The logo is then embroidered, by hand, on to the merchandise.
A smooth, polished way to personalize metal items such as pens. Laser engraved images are centered under the pen's clip area either horizontally or vertically. Imprint sizes vary according to the product used.
Steel Threads metal plates, in matte silver, are filled with colored enamel and then laser engraved with your logo.
The Epoxy Dome method places logos under a clear, high-gloss acrylic dome, giving images a sleek, dimensional look. Logos are enhanced by bezel frames that adhere to products.
Perfect for multi-color logos, this molded rubber patch comes in a variety of patch colors and shapes that enhance the dimensional look of your logo.
Steel Threads Metal Logo
This method combines various metals for an upscale appearance.