Ways Of Marking Clothing

Print and stick of clothing as marking the presentation of company logos on the clothing is becoming increasingly important to stand out from the competition. There is hardly a company that is not their company name or your logo on the clothing. In the security industry is even compulsory labelling and is taken by the contracting authorities under the magnifying glass. To implement the labeling on the clothes, there are various methods and options. Most come with the pressure and the stick to the application. The following are two methods and pointed out advantages and disadvantages. Pressure: Almost all pieces of clothing in normal fabric compositions can be printed according to individual wishes and requirements with logos or lettering. The motifs are applied for example in transfer printing on textiles.

As a result, a very good durability of the motifs is guaranteed. A reproducible template, E.g. letterhead, business card, or file is required for transfer printing. The prices vary to according to the number printing parts, the size of the subject and the number of inks. In the security area designations such as “SECURITY”, “Security”, plant protection “or”Office”. chest pressure mostly buttoned or applied to the clothing, often come with standard Advantages in printing: low price fast, easy handling adverse pressure: depending on the material, the longevity is not always guaranteed, E.g. on rain gear stick: an individual and stylish look of the garment can be achieved also by embroidery of logo or a sign. A reproducible template used to create the embroidery program, E.g.

letterhead, business card, or file. This program is created once and used also for reorders. A sample embroidery to the vote will be presented prior to final execution. The pricing is according to size of the motif or lettering. Benefits at the stick: very long lasting noble than print disadvantages at the stick: can or should not rain resistant clothing application for more complex more expensive than print processing and not worth Kleinstmengen Andreas Glahn