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The following services are done on our premises.  If you require an alternate decorating method please call and one of our representatives will be more than happy to provide additional information.  There are no minimums for the following services.  Unfortunately, no decorating method price lists are available on line.  Please call and we will be more than willing to provide you with a quotation.

Screen Printing

The direct screen printing process involves placing the material under a fabric screen. By forcing ink through this screen , your logo is imprinted onto the material surface. The screen printing process ensures your imprint looks its best on a wide variety of fabrics. This is the most common method of decoration.

Twill Applique (Sewn on Lettering Material)

Twill Applique is a process where letters, numbers, logos and designs are cut from polyester twill fabric that is sewn to a garment. An adhesive backing tacks the material in place and the edges are sewn with a zig-zag or satin stitch. This technique is primarily used for athletic lettering and is commonly found on the uniforms of professional sports teams. Twill Applique can also be used  on sweaters, jackets and hats.

Embroidery

The logo is stitched onto the material using threads in designated embroidery friendly areas creating your design. Embroidery is an elegant and stylish way to portray a wide range of logo types. Embroidery is the perfect decorating method to add value to your purchase.

Pad Printing

Pad Printing is extremely effective on rounded, uneven, or slanted product shapes. It is also perfect for small and intricate logos. A silicone pad is used to transfer the ink onto the product. The pad can hit various levels on a product at one time. Ink colour availability is restricted due to the limited ability to mix inks utilized in this process. Pad printing is utilized on products such as: glass, plastics, pens, aluminum, tins, rubber, cardboard gift boxes, balls, metal, vinyl, and leather.