Otherwise resin sticker. Colour digital printing is applied with a layer of glossy polyurethane resin that adds colour to the clarity. It also has protective functions, because it is highly resistant to damage. This technology gives you an almost three-dimensional image.
Imprinted directly on the surface of the product, which gives almost photographic quality. It is UV-cured, which makes it immune to water, moisture and sunlight.
It is used for marking metal, wooden, glass or leather gadgets. It enables durable and precise marking using a laser beam. It is characterized by high abrasion resistance and allows for even very complicated logotypes. Laser engraving does not allow you to choose the colour of the marking.
It involves applying logotypes to fabrics using computer controlled devices. It is very durable and resistant to damage (it can be washed and ironed), as well as extremely precise. With computer embroidery you can mark your hats, t-shirts, towels, backpacks, blankets and many other promotional items.
It is mainly used for marking pottery (cups, cups, etc.). It involves applying a special paper to the product on which the project is located and then drying it at 800 degrees Celsius. It allows to print multicolour prints of very high quality, it is also extremely durable – the products labelled as such can be washed in the dishwasher.
It can be used on many types of fabric, cotton, knitwear, plastics and wood products. That is why clothing, bags, umbrellas, caps, plastics, wooden and leather gadgets can be labelled with it. In screen printing technology we use very durable printing inks – they are resistant for moisture, UV radiation, mechanical damage, washing.
This method involves applying a permanent printing ink using a soft, smooth stamp called a tampon on an advertising item. Ideal for marking small items such as pens, key rings, rulers, because logotypes, despite their small size, remain very accurate and legible. Pad printing can be used even on uneven and irregular surfaces of many substrates – on glass, plastic, metal or wood.
It involves thermal dipping of the logo in the material. The print is prepared on special transfer paper and then applied to the marking surface using a thermal press at about 150 degrees Celsius. The colours are very saturated and the edges of the print are clean and clear.
It involves transferring the selected pattern (logo) from the die to the product with high pressure and high temperature. It is usually made on leather and leather-like materials. Pressing can be done dry (reflecting only the die itself) or by means of foil (usually silver or gold).