The methods of marking on object customizable in detail!
Published on 11/12/2017
This printing technique, invented by the Chinese, was a great success, especially with Andy Warhol who used this process extensively. It consists of placing ink through a silk or nylon screen that lets ink through depending on the shape of your logo or the image to be reproduced. This technique works with flat supports such as textiles and luggage. It also works for circular objects such as pens (we are talking about rotating screen printing).
This printing technique is the most widely used for marking objects. It is based on rubber stamp technology. Your logo, text or image are reproduced in the hollow of a shot by chemical photoengraving. They are then transferred to your objects via a rubber stamp. You can print 1 to 6 colors or in four colours with tampographic marking.
This customization process is used for textile marking. It consists of reproducing your logo, text or image with an embroidery machine that can use up to 12 different colors (12 heads and therefore 12 threads). Beforehand, your visual is scanned and converted into a readable format that can be controlled by the electronic embroiderer.
It is a laser beam that deeply engraves your article. This is a rather discreet and unalterable marking. We recommend it for metal and wood objects and for textile (polar)
This is a digital quadchromie printed sticker covered with a transparent epoxy protective resin. This marking technique is used for quite expensive high-tech products such as TVs, DVD players, etc.
This is a PVC label that is sewn or thermoglued onto your holder. It is used especially for textiles and polars in particular.
This is an embroidered and/or woven label that is sewn or thermoglued onto your holder. It is used for textiles and especially for jackets, sweaters and jackets (school uniforms for example)
Digital sublimation allows the printing of light textile items (preferably white) in polyester and dishes treated with polyester varnish.
Your logo is printed on a transfer paper specific to sublimation. With a hot press, under the effect of heat and pressure, the ink gasifies and penetrates directly the mesh of the textile or polyester varnish.
Indring Interests: Because it is directly embedded in the material, the print does not change the touch of the product. High resistance to machine washes (laundry or dishes).
A punch (iron) is pressed hot on the material and the mark of a hollow print (inverted relief). This technique is mainly used in leather goods on leather or faux leather items.
It is a hot marking using a press. It's kind of like a decal. This customization technique allows you to reproduce photos and quad-chromes on textiles, preferably clear.
The Vegea catalog, it's more than 20,000 promotional products to personalize with your logo. Add text or an image to hundreds of t-shirts, USB keys, umbrellas, bags, pens, etc ... and offer them to your customers or partners!