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      Branding Options on Garments

      Logo Branding Options on T-shirts, Polo Shirts and Shirts

      Compare Printing, Embroidery, Eco encryption Output

      Every technology has its own set of advantages and limitations. Below are some of the popular methods of branding your logo on a garment. We have showcased the result of the same logo in three different technologies.

      Embroidery: Its an all time favourite amongst corporate to have their logo embroidered. Although embroidered logos give a rich look but they cannot replicate half tone designs, small and fine letterings too do not come clear. Nevertheless, the development cost of a design is free in most of the markets and small runs of quantities too can be easily accommodated.

      Printing: Printing technology has been continuously evolving and now it is possible to print virtually any logo on a garment. Depending upon the quantity, delivery timelines and the usage of the garment a printer decides what method is best to reproduce a logo. We have showcased transfer printing here as an example for comparison.

      Eco encryption: It’s the final solution to all branding limitations and we literally mean it! Nevertheless, it comes at a cost. 3D Printing with halftones in matt or metallic finish is possible with this technology and it is iron-able too. The design development and the reproduction cost is high therefore, it is not recommend for small requirements. After all there is a price for quality.




      *Very Fine detailing, lettering and half tone will not come clear in embroidery