A printing technique where paint is forced through a silk screen with a squeegee. A photochemical process makes the screen leaky at certain places, achieving the desired effect.
Logos are printed on thermal transfers, and later on transferred onto the product thermally in presses on temperatures between 120°C and 180°C.
Logos are cut out on a special plotter and afterwards additionally cleaned and prepared for the heat treatment in the press.
This is a digitally controlled process where a computer controlled sewing needle creates the logo. The advantage of the process is that it can be applied to all kinds of textile materials…
They are made of transparent synthetic resins, which are placed precisely over the logo protecting the print and thus creating a three-dimensional effect.
In tampon printing, a logo template is made and covered in desired paint. Then, by using a silicon tampon, the logo is transferred onto the printing product surface.
This is a method that uses laser radiation to engrave logos on almost all types of solid materials.