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Embroidery consists of decorating a fabric by sewing thread according to a pattern.
  • Classic decoration technique
  • High value appearance 
  • Suitable for both flat and uneven surfaces 
  • Thread colors for any logo 
  • High impact wool knit
  • Suitable for flat and uneven surfaces
  • For cotton, polyester and lining materials
  • Maximum twelve colors (from the Madeira color chart) 
Hot Stamping

Hot Stamping

Hot stamping is a type of embossing with a metallic finish, created by applying a metal foil between the surface to be decorated and the mold.
  • Exceptional, high-quality printing
  • Create a unique three-dimensional look
  • Ideal for genuine or faux fur products
  • Available in silver or gold finish
  • Suitable for flat surfaces
  • Applicable in leather, leatherette (PU and PVC) and paper materials
  • Single color: silver, gold, metallic, green, red or blue


Resin Drop

Resin Drop

Resin drop technique is used to create a three-dimensional version of your image, forming a raised surface under the printed image. A mold is created, printed, and filled with epoxy, which is then hardened to maintain its shape.
  • Create a three-dimensional effect
  • High resistance to color fading and damage
  • Only applicable to flat surfaces
  • Suitable for flat surfaces, designed with a recessed area for the warped label
  • Applicable to plastic, paper, wood, metal materials
  • CMYK colors
Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is performed using a laser beam to precisely engrave the decoration onto a surface.
  • Create a high quality impression
  • Exclusive tone over tone
  • Suitable for flat, round, convex and concave surfaces
  • Applicable to metal, glass, ceramic, wood, stone, paper, jeans, methacrylate, leather and leatherette (PU) materials
  • The final color mainly depends on the color of the bottom layer


We present to you the HXD, an exclusive engraving method that offers you totally new possibilities for your branded garments.
What clearly sets the HXD apart is the added dimension it adds to a logo and subtly enhances the surface of the garment.
Digital printing

Digital printing

Digital printing is similar to inkjet injection. Tiny droplets of ink are projected onto a product to create an image. The ink dries instantly by exposing it to UV light.
  • Perfect for multi-colored logos
  • Create a unique effect with matte, glossy and embossed finishes
  • High resistance to color fading and damage
  • Ideal for small quantities
  • Only suitable for flat or slightly curved surfaces
  • Applicable to plastic materials
  • Can only be done for CMYK colors


No, you can't tell by touch, no matter how hard you try!
We have developed a new technique that fuses your logo with the fabric, creating an intangible stamping with very sharp details, like no other technique.
  • Great sharpness with higher resolution
  • Offers comfortable and breathable stamping
  • Intangible
  • Offers unlimited colors with a single preparation


Embossing technique creates a setoff image by applying a mold to a heat-pressed area.
  • Create a unique three-dimensional look
  • Subtle tone-over-tone look
  • Add perceived value to your product
  • Great for genuine or faux fur products
  • Suitable for flat surfaces
  • Applicable in leather, leatherette (PU and PVC) and paper materials
  • No extra color is applied, it keeps the same color of the material
Screen printing

Screen printing

Screen printing is a marking method where the image is imposed on a mesh in which the empty areas are covered with a waterproof substance. The inks are then pressed through the mesh to produce sharp, clear images.
  • Low-cost option for large multi-colored decorations
  • Excellent choice for text marking and for an aged look and functionality
  • CMYK printing is available for white substrates
  • Suitable for flat surfaces
  • Applicable to polyester, nylon, cotton and non-woven materials
  • Maximum of four colors for non-woven materials and maximum of five colors for textiles
Round Screen Printing

Round Screen Printing

Round screen printing is based on the same method as screen printing, but the product is rotated during the printing process, making it suitable for curved surfaces.
  • Lasting results
  • Sharp, high-quality decorations applied to curved products
  • Economical option for large quantities
  • Multi-colored decoration available on a variety of pens
  • Ideal for text
  • Shapes: Round
  • Materials: ABS plastic, PP, PLA, paper, metal (cups and flasks only)
  • Products: Pens, lip balms, cups, thermos
  • Colors: One color
  • Maximum printing area: 50x25 mm for pens, 200x200 for cups and thermoses
Pad printing

Pad printing

Pad printing or tampon printing is an indirect offset printing process that consists of transfering the ink to the product from an engraved metal plate, through an intermediate silicone pad that creates the image.
  • Excellent low cost global solution
  • Can be applied to virtually any shape
  • Suitable for any surface texture, including soft products such as stress balls
  • Perfect for multi-colored logos
  • Fast and economical
  • Suitable for all kinds of shapes, for example flat, round, convex, concave
  • Applicable to plastic, glass, ceramic, paper, wood, metal materials
  • Maximum of four colors

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