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Decoration Guide

Digital printing

Laser and ink-jet printing are known as digital printing. In digital printing, an image is sent using digital. The image appears more like a photograph. Exact colours cannot always be reproduced but detail can be better printed.

Laser engraving

Laser engraving is the practice of using lasers to engrave or etch an object. It is long lasting. It can be subtle or bold if reverse lasered.

Pad printing

Pad printing is a printing process that can transfer a 2-D image onto a 3-D object. This is accomplished using an indirect offset printing process that involves an image being transferred from the printing via a silicone pad onto a substrate. Pad printing is used for printing on otherwise impossible products in many industries including medical, automotive, promotional, apparel, electronics, appliances, sports equipment and toys.


Embroidery is the traditional method of decorating fabrics with stitching. Embroidery can be used on a wide range of products including, Bags, Headwear, Beanies, Scarves, Towels, Blankets, Jackets and other Apparel. The key to achieving a great embroidery job is in the digitising of your logo, and we spend the time to make sure that your logo looks the best it possibly can.

Epoxy / Resin dome printing

Epoxy / Resin dome printing is a CMYK branding process. It is produced by printing artwork onto a vinyl material with strong adhesive on the reverse. The branded area is then coated with a crystal-clear resin. Once dry, the finished decal is applied to the product and the adhesive forms a near permanent bond.

Debossing & Embossing

Debossing Commonly referred to as ‘Blind’ debossing, a heated custom metal plate is pressed firmly onto the product leaving an impression of the artwork. Thermo debossing is also available on certain products, using additional heat to create a unique and eye-catching two-tone finish.
Embossing produces a raised finish.

Screen printing

Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink through the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas. It is often used on tee shirts and hoodies.


Supaflex is a branding option in the patches range. Offering high detail logos with a matte or gloss finish and attached with embroidery/stitching for a quality result. Supaflex is perfect for Caps, Bags, Beanies and Scarves.


Supacolour is technology in digital reproduction of logos. It is a proprietary technology and it is very fast. It can reproduce logos perfectly without a need to compromise. Ultra-high resolution, photo reproduction achievable, high stretchability and versatility in terms of fabrics and where it can be applied. Can be applied across seams and on coarse fabrics.


Supasub is a proprietary technology that is perfect for when the detail in a logo can’t be reproduced with embroidery but you still want the look of embroidery. Supasub is perfect for products where Supacolour isn’t viable like beanies and scarves.


Supaetch is a decoration method making the most of the recent advancements in technology. The laser-etched suede patch is laser-cut then overlocked onto a range of products like headwear, bags, blankets, beanies and scarves. The stylish finish is subtle yet effective, showcasing both the product and your brand in a professional manner with a high perceived value and retail look.

Sublimation or Dye Sublimation

Sublimation or Dye Sublimation is used for branding products that have a special coating on them, or fabrics suitable for the sublimation process. A transfer is produced by printing sublimation ink onto transfer paper and then heat pressing it onto the product imagine.