We offer numerous methods to imprint your logo, message or branding on wide range of items. The choices vary depending on the use case. Different techniques have better results depending on the item being imprinted. For example, here are some common techniques:

  • Screen / Silk-screening
  • Embroidery
  • Digital Printing
  • Laser Engraving
  • Heat Transfer
  • Debossing / Embossing

In general, understanding which process best suites your needs is a matter of cost, timing and delivery requirements. The enclosed offers a description of the method and the best use cases for each.

Screen Printing / Silk-screening.

This process makes use of spot colors (premixed inks with a standard recipe) and a screen to transfer your logo onto your selected item. A screen made of nylon or polyester is covered by the inverse of your image, so ink can only be printed as your logo. The ink is then spread across the screen and transferred to the surface. Screen printing is generally the most inexpensive option.

Digital Printing.

When you want to print your logo in a whole bunch of colors, screen printing isn’t going to cut it. That’s when you have to take a step up and move to digital, or full color, printing. This process makes use of physical printers instead of screens and generally allows you to print over the entire surface. HINT: Digital printing is also referred to as CMYK, full-color printing, color burst, and 4-color process printing.

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Heat Transfer.

If you ever used an iron to press a decal onto a shirt, then you know the basis of a heat transfer. Printers use intense heat to press the ink into the material, making sure that your logo isn’t going anywhere. Heat transfer is sometimes the only option if you want to create a logo with more than one color.

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Laser Engraving.

This process creates sharp, crystal-clear logos that are unable to be peeled off. Without ink or tool bits, this process is simple, clean, and easy. Logos are programmed into the laser software and then executed onto your items. If available, you can also opt for oxidation, which adds a little more color to your logo and makes it a touch more distinctive.

Best for:
Metal penswood items (like cutting boards), glass awards, and corporate gifts with metal plaques


Debossing and embossing give your logo a 3-dimensional element. For both processes, dies are constructed from metal in the shape of your logo. The product is then placed between them and heat and pressure push and form the material into the impression you want. Embossing rises from the product, while debossing pushes into the product. For an additional cost, you can also add color to the logo.
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Texturize your logo by choosing embroidery. Any cloth product, and especially corporate apparel, looks great with the vibrant stitching. In the embroidery process, your logo is changed to a digital image and then assigned color threads. Your garments or blankets are placed in the embroidery machine, the needles go to work, and then excess threads are cut off.
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