Imprinted Promotional Products
We provide a variety of different imprinting methods for you to put your logo or artwork on an item. Each item at mypromostore.com has an associated decoration method. If certain types of items (e.g., T-shirts) can be decorated using different processes, then we offer different versions of the item for you to choose.
Below is a brief explanation of the various types of imprinting that we offer:
- Blind Stamp
A die is pressed into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed imprint. Available on vinyl, leather and faux leather products.
Virtually identical to blind stamping, whereby a die is pressed into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed imprint. Available on vinyl, leather and faux leather products.
A computerized, embroidery machine stitches colored threads into the material. Available on cotton, canvas, micro fiber, polyester, and nylon products.
A photographic process prepares a film mask to etch into the glass or crystal product.
- Fire Brand
A process whereby leather or wood products are branded with a heated die.
- Hot Stamp
Ink is applied with a heated die to the surface of products. Available on vinyl, leather, and plastic products.
- Laser Engraved
A laser is used to burn an impression into the coated surface or basic material of an item. Available on silver or other metal products such as key tags, pens and picture frames.
- Pad Print
Very similar to Hot Stamp, whereby ink is applied to the surface of products with a heated die. Available on vinyl, leather, and plastic products.
- Photo Transfer
Ink is printed on a transfer material such as paper, then applied to the surface of the material using heat and pressure. Available on canvas, cotton, and polyester products.
- Screen Print or Silk Screen
Ink is pressed through a fine mesh screen leaving a color imprint on the surface of the material. Available on canvas, cotton, polyester, nylon, micro fiber and faux leather products, as well as ceramics, plastics and foam.