PRINTING TECHNIQUES

TAMPOGRAPHY (PAD PRINTING)
It is an indirect printing process, it consists on the ink transfer from the cliché (matrix) to the product being personalized, using a pad. This process is recommended for irregular, concave, convex, or even flat surfaces, as long as they have a small dimension.
LASER
It is a technique that produces an electromagnetic radiation, characterized by being permanent, monochromatic, cohesive, and collimated. This process is recommended for surfaces made of metal, wood, leather, or faux-leather. There is no color in this process, the color factor is given by the product itself.
THERMOGRAPHY
Thermography is a bas-relief process, it engraves permanently, monochromatically, and homogenously using a metallic stamp. This process is recommended for leather and faux-leather surfaces. There is no color in this process, the color factor is given by the product itself.
SERIGRAPHY
Serigraphy is a direct and planographic printing technique, this means that the process happens in a single plane, with no cuts, using a canvas prepared with chemicals and photo-sensitizing processes. This process is recommended to all flat and regular surfaces. The color is direct and can be chosen by the client.
UV Ultraviolet (UV)
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is a technique that prints using electromagnetic radiation. This technique allows permanent four-color printing in regular surfaces, flat or round, such as mugs and bottles. It also allows glossy or matte finishes.
STAMPING
Stamping, similarly to serigraphy, is a direct and planographic technique, this means that the process happens in a single plane, with no cuts, using a canvas prepared with chemicals and photo-sensitizing processes. This process is recommended to all textiles. The color can be chosen by the client.
EMBROIDERY
Embroidery is a durable personalization technique, it uses needles and threads. This process is recommended for textile products, caps or towels.
SERIGRAPHIC TRANSFER
Serigraphic transfer is a technique that follows the same process as serigraphy. However, instead of printing directly into the product, a specific sheet is made and with the heat of the press this sheet will transfer the ink to the product. This technique is recommended for textile products, caps, tote bags, bags, and backpacks. The color is direct and can be chosen by the client.
TDIGITAL TRANSFER
Digital transfer is, such as the serigraphic transfer, a specific printed sheet that transfers the ink, in this case image, to the product with the heat of the press. The advantage of this type of transfer is that it allows four-color printing. This technique is recommended to textile products, caps, tote bags, bags, and backpacks.
SUBLIMATION
Sublimation uses jet printers with specific ink to print in specific sheets. These sheets transfer the ink through thermal pressure, which forms the image, from a gas state to a solid state after cooling. This technique is recommended to surfaces appropriate for sublimation, such as textile products, mousepads, porcelain. It allows four-color printing.
MOUSEPADS
This process produces the mousepad from scratch with the image and shape of your choice. The top is in polypropylene, which is resistant and washable. The bottom is a fine, anti-slip foam. It allows four-color printing.
BADGES
This process transforms any image in a round badge, with several sizes to choose from, to use in backpacks or clothing. It can also make magnets and bottle openers. The finish is resistant and washable. It allows four-color printing.
PINS
This process produces pins from scratch, to use in backpacks or clothing, with the shape of your logo. The finish can be metallic or in epoxy, which uses resin to cover and protect the logo, giving it volume evenly.
MAGNETS
This process produces a magnet with the image and shape of your choice from scratch. It allows four-color printing.
VYNIL
This process produces the image and shape of your choice to decorate cars, storefronts or tarps. It allows four-color printing.

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