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Branding – Embroidery
What is Embroidery?
A design stitched onto a material using a high-speed, computer-controlled sewing machine. Artwork must first be “digitised”, which is the specialised process of converting two-dimensional artwork into stitches or thread. The digitiser must re-create the artwork using stitches then it programs the sewing machine to sew a specific type of design, in a specific colour, with a specific type of stitch. This process is known as digitising. Embroidery is commonly used on logo patches, apparel, caps or hats.
What is Screen Printing?
Screen printing typically uses a fabric stretched tightly over a frame. Images are created by blocking parts of the screen using various techniques. Ink is forced through the open areas of the screen onto the surface of the object. A separate screen must be created for each colour to be printed and colours must be applied in passes allowing drying time between each. This is commonly used method of printing on promotional items and apparel such as T-shirts.
Why Screen Printing?
Screen printing is more cost-efficient compared to digital printing because it can create large quantities of the design that you want at a faster turnaround. Higher volumes of identical graphics can also be mass produced using the screen printing process. This is what makes this the best printing option to use for larger orders.