Printing Methods


  • Sticky crystal clear resin type coating.
  • Extremely durable to scratches and fading.
  • Used on any flat surface including keyrings, USB's and badges.

Tampo Print

  • Ink transferred using a pad made from silicone or rubber.
  • Ideal for products with an even surface.
  • Perfect for pens, folders and highlighters.

Silkscreen Print

  • Tried and tested process using a stencil method.
  • Low cost, durable and hard wearing.
  • Ideal for large print areas such as sports bags, clothing and conference folders.


  • Oxidation using mixture of electricity and liquid.
  • Will never rub off!
  • Executive elegant finish.
  • Perfect for metal items including key rings and executive pens.


  • Using a machine and stitching process to build up logo or text.
  • Hardest wearing print method for textiles.
  • Recommended for fleece material.
  • Ideal for caps, shirts and towels.


  • Low cost printed glue back print method.
  • Perfect when permanent print not required.
  • Great for packaging and gift boxes to add little extra finish.

Digital Print

  • Using the CMYK print process from print machines.
  • Delivers sharp images on low print runs.
  • Ideal for paper insert products of low quantity.

Laser Engraving

  • Engraving into material using precision laser beam.
  • Permanent and the most durable form of imprint on the market.
  • High set up costs on low print runs.


  • Pressure and heat combined on material to leave impression.
  • Can infill in different finishes to create foil look.
  • Elegant finish for diaries, conference folders and notebooks.
  • Setup cost high for blocking die.

Transfer Printing

  • Specially produced sticker in full colour.
  • Heat sealed on for permanent print on items such as mugs.
  • Can be used for just about any product.
  • Downside is slow process doubling lead times compared with Silkscreen Printing.