What We Do

What We Do

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Our Services

Pad Printing, Embossing, Digital Printing, Off Set Printing, Engraving, Digital Printing, Embroidery, UV Branding Solutions, Customized branding on T-shirt

Pad Printing:

Pad printing (also called tampography) is a printing process that can transfer a 2-D image onto a 3-D object, Pad printing is an indirect photo gravure process. Depressions are etched into a flat plate. These depressions are filled with ink and a smooth silicone pad (silicone is ink repellent) is used to pick up some ink on the plate and transfers it to the object. This stamp is called pad and gave this printing process its name.


Embossing is when you raise a logo or other image to create a 3D graphic. This raised design is achieved by pushing a metal die into paper, card stock (or other chosen material) from underneath. Embossing adds an elegant effect to your printed projects by creating a raised design. Keep in mind this leaves a mirrored indentation of the embossed area on the other side of the stock.


Debossing creates an indentation in the stock, achieving an effect opposite to embossing. The metal die is stamped on to the front of the paper or cardstock to create a depressed area. Debossing will not leave a mark on the other side of the stock if a thicker paper is used.

Blind Emboss & Deboss:

“Blind” emboss and deboss refers to an area that is raised or imprinted, but is not printed of foiled. This achieves a subtle, yet impactful effect.

Embossing and foiling:

Pairing embossing or de-bossing with printing or other finishing processes such as foil can increase impact to drive your message home.

Text and Logos:

Embossing or de-bossing looks best with larger type and solid graphic areas. This ensures your customers can really see (and feel!) the difference.

Graphic Elements:

Enhance a background pattern, motif or other graphic in your design. Get creative with the possibilities of embossing and de-bossing.


Engraving, in a printing context, is a method of creating raised areas of print or images on paper, such as a business card or letterhead. An impression is created on a metal plate, which is then filled with opaque ink. When paper is pressed into the plate, it creates raised and colored areas. A similar effect can be created by thermographic printing . Engraving and gravure are the two most common forms of intaglio printing.

Customized branding on T-shirt:

The embroidery and screen printing are two different procedures that are commonly used for customizing t-shirts by a large number of people. Before you choose any of these two options, you better know the difference between these two. Both of these share the same idea of imprinting the brand name on the t-shirt but are different in their application, cost, and appearance.


When it is about customizing polo t-shirts, hats, bags, and jackets, embroidery is one of the most common options. While embroidering a garment, thread and needle are used to create the logo design. It creates a 3D look on the material and is often thought to be quite professional and classy.

Heat transfer printing:

Heat transfer paper is a specialty paper that transfers printed designs to shirts and other garments when heat is applied. The process involves printing a design onto a sheet of heat transfer paper using an inkjet or laser printer. Then, you place the printed sheet on your T-shirt and press it using a heat press (in certain cases, a home iron will work, but heat presses provide the best results). After you’ve pressed it, you peel away the paper, and your image adheres nicely onto the fabric.

Sublimation Printing:

The sublimation process is quite similar to that of heat transfer paper. Like heat transfer paper, the process involves printing a design onto a sheet of specialty paper—sublimation paper in this case—and pressing it to a garment with a heat press. The difference lies in the science behind sublimation. Sublimation ink, when heated, turns from a solid to a gas that embeds itself into the polyester fabric. When it cools, it goes back to a solid and becomes a permanent part of the fabric.

Screen printing:

Method in which ink is applied directly to the surface to be printed (substrate). The image to be printed is photographically transferred to a very fine fabric(the screen) such that the non-printing areas are blocked off and the fabric serves as a stencil. The ink is wiped across the screen to pass through the unblocked pores and reach the substrate. For each color to be printed a separate screen is prepared and the process is repeated. It is more suitable for curved shapes (such as bottles and cups), non-porous surfaces (such)as ceramics and metals), and short print runs. Also called serigraphy

UV printing:

UV printing is a unique method of digital printing utilizing ultraviolet (UV) light to dry or cure ink, adhesives or coatings almost as soon as it’s hit the paper, or aluminum, foam board or acrylic – in fact, as long as it fits in the printer, the technique can be used to print on almost anything.

Offset Printing:

Offset printing technology uses plates, usually made from aluminum, which are used to transfer an image onto a rubber “blanket”, and then rolling that image onto a sheet of paper. It’s called offset because the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper. Because offset presses run so efficiently once they are set up, offset printing is the best choice when larger quantities are needed, and provides accurate color reproduction, and crisp, clean professional looking printing.

Digital Printing:

Digital printing doesn’t use plates the way offset does, but instead uses options such as toner (like in laser printers) or larger printers that do use liquid ink. Digital printing shines when lower quantities are needed; think of a run of 20 greeting cards or 100 flyers. Another benefit of digital printing is it’s variable data capability. When each piece needs a unique code, name or address, digital is the only way to go. Offset printing cannot accommodate this need. Learn more about digital printing options and capabilities.