PERSONALIZATION TECHNIQUES
Do not contact an occasional seller, or not competent, but a professional who knows the several techniques and the more suitable methods to use and suggest, depending on type of material or surface to work on.

EMBROIDER
This personalization method allows to have a quality result, because the personalization is embroider on the surface.

ADVANTAGES
Possibility to reproduce many colours, personalize clothing.

LIMITS
Limitations to reproduce complex personalizations, with shades meticulously detailed.
The embroidery is the best way to personalize a textile: from polos to jackets, from bags to hats, everything that comes embroidered takes elegance and importance.
Tks to resistance to hot washings, it’ s the perfect tecnique to personalize professional clothing for restaurants, workshops, warehouses, laboratories and small firms.
After that technician has realized a plant, a file where it is indicated the position of each single point, the insiders of machines position articles under needles and machine begin its work.
An embroidery machine personalizes from 6 to 15 articles at the time, with embroideries that can involve up to 12 wires of different colour.
The beauty of an embroidery depends mainly from the mastery of technician and of machine insider, who have to follow step by step the realization, to arrive to a perfect product.
The application of shields, felt letters and embroidery 3d are other tecniques that allow to make your clothings unique.

PAD PRINTING
Pad printing is a printing method more refined than serigraphy. It makes use of machines of media automation, precises and fast.
Furthermore it’ s a printing method suitable to reproduce even the image on curves surfaces.
It does not need a frame, it boasts of, in fact, a slab system similar to offset press, with a silicone pad that takes a quantity of ink from the cliché and it brings it again on the surface of the object.

ADVANTAGES
You can reproduce minute details, extremely thin lines and shades, you can personalize objects of various shapes, with flat or curved surfaces.

LIMITATIONS
Coverage of used ink type is not particularly powerful, although it is brilliant and tenacious: method not specifically suitable for printing of vignettes very extended and intended to contrast dark surfaces.
Pad printing is a printing technique alternative to serigraphy. It allows to print on irregular surfaces, concave, convex, or spherical of different shapes, but just as well it prints on flat surfaces, where it is sought the highest print quality, mostly on thin stretches, from 1 to 4 colours and four-colour process.
It has the advantage of low costs for big productions.
Pad printing is one of the printing technique used when serigraphy fails to provide a valid solution.
It allows to print with a procedure similar to the one of the stamp.
It makes use of machines at media automation, precise and fast.
Furthermore it’ s a printing method suitable to reproduce even the image on curves surfaces.
It does not need a frame, it boasts of, in fact, a slab system similar to offset press, with a silicone pad that takes a quantity of ink from the cliché and it brings it again on the surface of the object.
To fix the objects before pad printing them, a support is also provided, that changes according to size. It’ s necessary therefore the predisposition of pad printing cliché (engraved metal matrix) for each colour of the drawing. This matrix will be preserved and used again for the realization of next series of prints, reducing considerably costs of subsequent runs.
Pad printing allows to print each kind of written and drawings on the most different surfaces like: metal, plastic, glass, aluminum, compound materials and on surfaces with different shapes, on promotional objects, on parts or equipment of unusual shapes, on each kind of pen and more.

DIGITAL PRINT
Digital print allows to realize own customizations in short time, thanks to printers controlled by computer (E.g. ink jet, toner, laser, and so on)

ADVANTAGES
Low cost, speed

LIMITATIONS
Low quantities.
Born to produce banners and flags, the digital print is proving useful for the customization of textile in small runs: the high printing cost is in fact offset by the lack of fixed costs for silk-screen frames.
This technique is good to use for small productions, but that must be showy, such as exhibition promoters’ uniforms.
Given its simplicity and effectiveness, in this technique they are making the biggest technological investments.
Plotters become more and more fast and with typical resolutions of printed paper, techniques improve to such a point that they arrived to avoid the support from the customized article, ink is applied to support and from that directly transferred directly to the tissue thanks to press, some machines are able to print directly on the objects.
In a not so far future we will see inkjet printers print textiles with speed and precision of home printer.
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ENGRAVING

Laser technology engraves the object with maximum accuracy.
This technology guarantees a result of value and lends itself to be realized only to fine materials like wooden, crystal or metal.

ADVANTAGES
Precision, quality, indestructibility

LIMITATIONS
You cannot use print colours, you can only on flat surface.
When you look for maximim elegance and maximum duration in the long period, you have to figure out the engraving.
Engraving allows to customize mainly metal projects, and some plastics, wooden, plexiglass, glass, leaving an indelible mark on the logo.
Innate elegance of tone on tone, make of it the most used technique for gifts and prizes.
The pantograph engraving was the first technique used and still now it gives excellent results: it’ s about digging with the tip the surface of the object up to obtain the desired graphics.
It is essentially used to engrave names, where thanks to the very thin stretch, it allows the nominal customization even on very small objects like pens.
Laser engraving is a technique refined last years, that uses a concentrated light beam to scratch the surface of the object.
The engraving is less marked of the one with pantograph, and is almost imperceptible to touch, and gives value to objects on which you apply it thanks to its discretion.

 

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