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1). Pad print 2). Silk screen 3). Silk screen (round) 4). Doming 5). Laser engraving 6). Hot stamping
This method is the fastest and most accurate because it allows printing of logos with a high number of colours on usually most surfaces. Generally the print is applied on small objects made of plastic or other hard materials, on which the paint is transferred with a silicon pad.

Silk screen printing is a stencil technique in which ink is forced through a mesh, originally of fine silk but now commercially more likely to be nylon. It’s an all embracing process used on general materials, metal, plastic pens and PU (simulated leather). With Round silk screen printing, it is possible to produce multi-coloured all-round imprints, thereby making optimum use of the promotional surface Doming is a printing technique where several materials, mostly stickers, are being applied with a transparent coating. A resin layer (epoxyresin) gives a 3-D lens effect, and depth and extra brightness to colours. This technique uses a laser beam to print text, logos or drawings by engraving the object’s surface. Generally it is used on metal but the same technique can also be applied with excellent results on wood or plastic. This is a dry printing method in which a heated die is used to apply graphics to a surface. The logo will keep the color of the material.
7). Hot stamping with foil 8). Embroidery 9). Digital print 10). Screen transfer 11). Digital transfer 12). C02 engraving
This is a dry printing method in which a heated die is used to apply the logo to a surface with shiny silver or gold foil. This technology highlights the logo with elegance: the logo is embroidered on the objects surface. The embroidery can be made on plain/flat surfaces (clothing) or irregular/uneven surfaces such as hats, backpacks, bags, etc. This technology prints a digital-based image, like a photo, directly on a product. Perfect for short-runs, personalization and prototypes, the digital printing technology does not have any set-up time, which allows a short turnaround time. This is a silk screen or digital print on a paper label, it is then specially prepared for the transfer to be applied at high temperature on the object using a hot-press. This technique involves digital printing the desired image on a special foil, crop it after a preset shape and then applied on the item by hot pressing. This technique uses a laser beam to print text, logos or drawings by engraving the objects surface. It can be applied with excellent results on wooden objects.