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Product Branding Cape Town

Pad Printing

Pad PrintPad printing utilizes a flexible silicone rubber transfer pad that picks up a film of ink from a photo-etched printing plate and transfers it to a three-dimensional part surface. The unique properties of silicone rubber allow distortion-free, single or multi-color images to be applied to flat, curved, or tapered surfaces with excellent definition and opacity. For multi-color decorating, two or more pads may apply additional images and colors to the part, while accurate image registration is maintained throughout the printing cycle. This process are used to decorate metals and ceramics as well as a wide range of of plastics such as mugs, pens, water bottles, notebooks, memory sticks etc.

Screen Printing

Screen PrintA print made using a stencil process in which an image or design is superimposed on a very fine mesh screen and printing ink is squeegeed onto the printing surface through the area of the screen that is not covered by the stencil.  It is a very effective method of branding with long-lasting results.  It is used on a wide variety of items such as clothing, caps, umbrellas, bags, folders and various corporate gifts.


Digital Printing

Digital PrintDigital printing is the printing of an image from a digital source – PDFs or graphic software – onto a surface material. Digital printing always involves a computer. Digital print gives your artwork a high definition and a fine finish that you do not get on regular printer.  Used for various items e.g. business cards, stationary, posters & flyers.
Domed decals are printed on premium vinyl stickers with an electronic press for both spot and four color process images.  Urethane is then metered on the label to create an incredibly durable 3D lens and the part is cured. Multiple adhesives are available for adhesion to.

Laser engraving

Laser EngraveLaser engraving, a computerised procedure, is the practice of using lasers to engrave or mark an object. The technique does not involve the use of inks, nor does it involve tool bits which contact the engraving surface and wear out. The energy delivered by the laser changes the surface of the material under the focal point. The material may fracture (known as "glass" or "glass up") and flake off the surface. This is how material is removed from the surface to create an engraving. There is YAG laser for carving into metal or CO2 laser for products made of wood and leather. It gives very detailed branding.


EmbroideryThis process entails decorating textile by stitching designs onto the garment.  Once the artwork has been digitized, it is then ready to be put into production. The machine is programmed by the operator to sew the design in a particular color sequence and a set speed. The garments must then be "hooped" individually by hand and then set onto the machine. Once the design has completed, the garment are taken off the machine and then sent to the next step in the production process.