Digital Printing and Cutting

This process is where a wide format printer is used to print directly on to various vinyl films. Often used for banners, cost effective full colour prints on garments. The cutting option allows various shapes to be cut from printed or unprinted vinyl. Also used to cut names and number for shirts and other sports wear.


This is a process where by a computerized embroidery machine stitches up to 12 colours to form your logo onto garments, bags and caps. If it can be sewn it usually can be embroidered. The limiting factor is usually whether it can fit onto the machine or not. Artwork requirements for embroidery can be varied, the rule of thumb is the poorer the quality the poorer the final image will be.

Hot Foil Stamping

Your design is set in a metal plate which is heated and pressed into the promotional item. This process is often used on Diaries, Business Cards, Rulers, and numerous other items with a flat surface area. foils come in a variety of different metallic finishes including shiny gold.

Pad Printing

A process whereby an image is placed directly on to a product via a silicon pad. Pad printing can be achieved on uneven surfaces such as golf balls in up to 4 colours. Intricate designs are most often printed in one colour.

Screen printing

Often referred to as silk screen printing. Ink is squeezed through a fine mesh that has an emulsion on it to produce the final image. The process requires a screen to be made for each colour in the design.

Set Ups

Almost all decoration processes require some sort of set up. many people wrongly assume that a set up is a once only thing. In many cases it can be, however, some processes require machines to be re-setup each time an order is made. We dislike setup costs and try to incorporate the charge into the total price of your order.


Dye sublimation is a process where a design is permanently embedded into the surface of the product it is applied to. Very high temperatures are involved limiting the process to products that can with stand the heat and pressures required. Common products that utilize this process are Polo shirts and Tees, Drink Coolers, Mouse pads, Mugs, Caps, and an ever increasing array of new products made specially for the process.