We can brand your promotional merchandise with a combination of old and new techniques, a majority of which are applied by hand in our sunny Surrey studio.
Blind debossing is our most popular method of customisation and is suitable for all products. Your logo or design is milled onto a brass die, heated and impressed into the cover of the product.
Hot Foil Blocking
This process is similar to blind debossing but with an added layer of foil. The foil is applied between the die and cover resulting in stunning, eye-catching results. Available in a multitude of colours.
A great way to add a personal touch to a premium diary or notebook with your foiled initials or name. Monogramming is a true hand operated craft which we have been perfecting since 2000.
This specialised process involves applying a metallic foil to the edge of your business cards to create a striking finish. The most effective foils to use are gold, silver, copper and rose gold.
Duplexing & Triplexing
The art of bonding sheets to create super thick business cards. Popular options are duplexing (2 sheets) and triplexing (3 sheets) but if you want to go ultra thick try quadplexing (4 sheets).
Choose whether we should wrap your customised products or whether they should be presented in a gift box. Lot’s of options are available including gift bags, tray, slip cases and hard cover boxes.
Doming is used to create a 3D version of your image by shaping a raised surface beneath the print. A mould is formed, printed and filled with epoxy which is then hardened to maintain its shape.
Embroidery is decorating a fabric by stitching thread in a pattern suitable for both flat and irregular surfaces. Applicable for cotton, polyester and fleece materials, resulting in a high value look.
Laser engraving is achieved through using a laser beam to precisely etch decoration into a surface. Superb result for metal, glass and wood with a unique tone on tone.
Pad printing involves ink being transferred from an engraved metal plate via a silicone pad onto the product creating the image. Can be applied on virtually any shape or surface texture, including soft products like stress balls.
Screen printing or silk screen is a printing method where the image is imposed on a mesh screen with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance. Inks are then pressed through the mesh screen to produce sharp images.
Sublimation creates photorealistic prints only suitable for polyester fabrics and polymer coated products . Decoration is resistant to fading and cracking and the flexible imprint that can even be applied over seams and zips.
UV Digital Printing
Full coverage printed covers can really create an impact and the possibilities are endless. Various finishes are also available including soft-touch and anti-scratch lamination which add an extra layer of protection.
Bellybands & Wraps
Design the wrapband and use it for your advertising, headline or promotional offer. Various options are available including digital print, foiling, debossing, pantones colours, spot uv and soft touch lamination.
Printed Page Inserts
These are also know as Tip-in- Pages. If you need to add a promotional page, advertisement or simply need to include more information, we can add these into the front or back of your branded notebooks or diaries.
Introducing HXD, a unique decoration method that offers all new possibilities for your branded apparel. What really separates HXD is the added dimension it brings to a logo, creating a subtle pop from the apparel surface.
No you can’t feel it, even if you try! Introducing infusion - the untouchable decoration. A new technique that infuses your logo into the fabric creating an untouchable decoration with razor sharp detail, unlike any other.
Transfer is a way of producing full colour designs, which are too complex to be screen printed. Economical solution for multi colour printing or smaller quantities and it maintains integrity of waterproof fabrics.