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We can process the following types of vector files:

Adobe Illustrator files, Adobe PDF, and EPS files. The fonts should be vectorized or supplied as a Windows-compatible font file. For monochrome prints or engravings, a 1:1 ratio image is useful in any uncompressed possible in pixel format (.tif, .psd, .bmp, etc.) with the highest possible resolution (minimum 300 dpi). For the processing of non-printable logos, a single fee will be charged.

Promotional products Tampography

Tampography

Tampography, or pad printing, is a very common process in which surfaces are marked using a pad. Nearly all surfaces can be printed in this way.
  • Fast
  • More economical than other systems
  • Susceptible to scratches
Promotional products Screen printing

Screen printing

The design is transferred to a mesh, which is attached to a frame to keep it tight. The ink is passed through the mesh onto the item to be printed.
  • Durable
  • Gradient colours
  • Slow process
Promotional products Digital Printing

Digital Printing

In this method, the image is printed on material by a laser printer. It is later cut according to the client’s preferences. Digital printing is done in a high-resolution polychrome.
  • Resistant
  • Colour scales
  • Fast
  • Less economical
Promotional products Transfer Printing (Digital)

Transfer Printing (Digital)

The image is digitally printed by a plotter onto an adhesive sheet and is digitally cut at the same time. After the desired shape has been obtained, the image is applied to the object by an iron which uses both heat and pressure
  • Quality
  • Economical
  • High-quality
  • Simple shapes only
Promotional products Serigraphy

Serigraphy

In serigraphy, the image is printed onto a paper image carrier. A transfer plate is then used to help coat the item.
  • Economical
  • Polychrome
  • Screen cost
Promotional products Sublimation

Sublimation

Sublimation is a technique that allows a design or photograph to be transferred onto rigid objects or polyester fabric.
  • Resistant
  • Quality
  • High start-up costs
Promotional products Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is a printing system in which a computer-controlled laser marks metal, wood, or glass objects.
  • Resistant
  • Colours cannot be printed
  • Cannot be embossed
Promotional products Embossing

Embossing

In this method, the image is printed on the article with the help of a printing plate. This technique is used most often for leather objects. It is not possible to use it, however, for all types of leather.
  • Resistant
  • Premium Sensation
  • No colour
Promotional products Doming

Doming

A sticker is applied using a dual-component epoxy resin. This resin is not only crystalline but also protects the image below and enlarges the image in some way.
  • 3D look
  • Resistant
  • None
Promotional products Flocking

Flocking

Flocking is the process of directly applying fibres in the desired size, composition, and colour onto a base that was previously covered in adhesive, either completely or partially.
  • Colour brilliance
  • Durable
  • Dark textiles
  • No colour gradients
Promotional products Embroidery

Embroidery

Laser engraving is a printing system in which a computer-controlled laser marks metal, wood, or glass objects.
  • Resistant
  • Colours cannot be printed
  • Cannot be embossed
Promotional products Flexography

Flexography

Flexography is a versatile and fast printing method where ink is transferred to the material through the use of pressured rollers.
  • Resistant
  • Photorealistic
  • Low opacity