Branding

Artwork - please talk to one of our team members and they will advise you as to what format we require your logo in.

The most suitable method - our experienced team is able to recommend the method that is the most suitable for your product depending on the run size and your logo.

EMBROIDERY

Process: This process is suitable for single colour or multiple colour logos. The logo is first digitised on a computer to generate an embroidery programme. The logo is then stitched onto the product.

Used on: This method is usually used on various products. The product must have a surface that fits onto a head of an embroidery machine and also the depth of the product must be thin enough for the embroidery needle to pass through. We are able to embroider on most garments including jackets as well as headwear, bags, CD Cases etc.

Run Size: There is normally a set-up charge (usually $60 per logo). The cost per print is dependant on the size of the logo. Thus this method is suitable for smaller logos.

DIRECT SCREEN

Process: This process is suitable for single colour or multiple colour logos. Ink is pressed through a "silk-screen" and a stencil is used to leave ink on the desired areas.

Used on: This method is usually used on garments and we are able to print on any fabric with this method.

Run Size: There is normally a set-up charge (usually $60 per colour). The cost per print is dependant on the number of colours that there are in the print. The size of the logo is usually not a factor in the price. Thus this process is the most economical for bigger runs when printing large logos that are between 1-3 colours.

TRANSFER

Process: The logo is reversed onto a transfer sheet. The logo is then applied to the product via heat and pressure.

Used on: This method is usually used on garments and other products made from fabric (CD Cases, bags, caps, compendiums etc)

Run Size: There is normally a set up charge which is usually based on the size and complexity of the logo (usually $60 per colour). Thus this process is most economical for logos that have a number of colours and are not able to be placed flat under a screen.

PAD PRINTING

Process: This process is suitable for single or multiple colour logos. The "pad" picks up the logo from the "cliche" and presses this onto the product.

Used on: This method is usually used on various products. Pad printing can be used not only on flat surfaces but also on cylindrical and odd shaped products with a hard surface. This process is used to print pens, mugs, key rings, sipper bottles, other desk items etc.

Run Size: There is normally a set-up charge (usually $60 per logo). The cost per print is dependant on the number of colours in the logo.

OTHER METHODS OF BRANDING

Blind Emboss: Logo is dye pressed onto the surface. This method provides a classic and subtle look. It is commonly used on leather and vinyl products.

Laser Engraving: This method is used on wooden surfaces and provides a clean finish

Moulded patches: Comes in a variety of colours and sizes. Available in solid or transparent base. These are sewn onto the product.

Digital: Full colour logo is replicated in full colour. Ideal for shortruns with multiple colours, price is dependent on size of print.