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                                  SUBLIMATION PRINTING

             A  process  done by  way  of  full-colour  printer  which is
             fitted with special sublimation inks. The logo is printed
             onto a special transfer paper, then placed into the
             product where heat is applied causing the inks to
             migrate from paper to product.

                                                               EPOXY DOMING

                                                               Doming is used to create a version of your logo by
                                                               shaping a raised surface beneath the print. A mould is
                                                               formed, printed and filled with epoxy which  then is
                                                               hardened to maintain its shape.


             Debossing is the opposite of embossing as you are
             creating an indent in the material you are using. A metal
             die is stamped onto the front of the material you are
             using causing depressions that leave a imprint of the
             image on your products.


                                                               Foil printing is a speciality printing process which uses
                                                               heat, pressure and metallic paper (foil). This is used to
                                                               create different shiny designs and graphics on various

                           LASER CUTTING & ENGRAVING

             A sheet of Acrylic  have been used  to replace less
             durable materials like glass in many different
             ways. Laser can cut through some pretty power
             ful stuff, even materials as hard as aluminium
             sheets, plastics and acrylic sheets.

                                                               METAL MARKINGS

                                                               A logo is etched into a product with a laser beam,
                                                               replicating the logo with precise accuracy. The
                                                               laser “burns” the top layer of the product off and
                                                               reveals the layer beneath.
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