Corporate Gift Printing Method

1.-Summary-Pad-Printing Gift Printing Method

PAD PRINTING

Pad printing is the most well known use in Corporate gift printing. It is a printing process that can transfer a 2D image onto an object. It’s a commonly used decoration technique as it can be printed on all kinds of shapes and textures.

2.-Summary-Debossing- Gift Printing Method

DEBOSSING

It is a process whereby heat and pressure are being applied. This method can be used on real or artificial leather products. Especially on PU Leather Notebook or Leather products.

5.-Summary-Heat-Trasnfer Gift Printing Method

HEAT TRANSFER

Heat transfer is carried out by creating a screen print image on paper and applying heat and glue to imprint the image onto the chosen article. This technique can be applied to all kinds of woven and knitted products. If you are referring to heat transfer on tshirt or tote bag, visit here to have more information.

3.-Summary-Roller-Print Gift Printing Method

ROLLER PRINT

Roller print gives high quality, long lasting results on cylindrical surfaces. Inks are pressed through mesh stencils to produce clear, sharp images that are ideal for logos and text.

4.-Summary-UV-PRINTING- Gift Printing Method

UV PRINTING

Flatbed Digital printing is the reproduction of digital images using inkjet printing. Flatbed digital printers use inks made of acrylic monomers that are then exposed to strong UV light to cure or polymerize them. This process allows for printing on a wide variety of surfaces.

6.-Summary-Hot-stamping Gift Printing Method

HOT STAMPING

Hot Stamping is a dry printing method in which a heated die and foil are used to apply graphic ona surface. It is a perfect way to create a superior impression.

8.-Summary-Sticker-B Gift Printing Method

DIE-CUT STICKER & DECAL

Carried out by first printing the image on sticker or decal. The printed article will then be die cut into desired shapes and sizes. Ideal for small quantities.

7.-Summary-Engraving Gift Printing Method

ENGRAVING

Engraving is the practice of incising a design on to a hard, usually flat surface. This method can be used on metal, glass, and wood. Metal Pen is the more preferable.