Our Printing Methods
Screen Printing: -
A method of printing designs on a surface by means of a thin cloth on which ink is forced through with a rubber pad. This method may be used for smooths surfaces; printing in high definition even with more than one colour. Recommended for large quantities.
Pad Printing: -
This method consists of indirect transfer of ink by means of a mould
which has been engraved in low relief. It is the most common method used on small objects such as pens.
Due to its versatility it adapts to curvilinear forms and is the most economical solution for various products.
Transfer Printing: -
This method consists of transferring a printed design on paper onto another surface by means of heat. Enables even results on various fabrics and is very economical for multi-colour printing on small quantities.
Textile Printing: -
Lazer Engraving: -
Lazer Engraving is a precise and long lasting method. The lazer beams engrave the design on hard surfaces.
Besides metal, it can also be used on wood, leather/PU and glass with exquisite and elegant results.
Dye Sublimation: -
Sublimation transfers a design from paper onto another surface by
means of heat. Sublimation has the advantage of being able to be used on concave surfaces, producing
well defined designs. It also results in a design highly resistant to high temperatures.