Deco Options

Explore the various techniques we use to get the job done.


  • Screen Printing

    The process of forcing ink through a fine fabric mesh screen onto the product. Certain areas of the mesh are blocked out, leaving only the logo for the ink to pass through. Screen printing offers great opacity and durability.

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  • Laser Engraving

    Laser engraving utilizes a beam of focused light to remove a thin, outer layer of the substrate in the form of your artwork. This process leaves a clean, uniform, and permanent mark.

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  • Laser & Oxidation

    A combination of laser engraving through the outer coating of an item, revealing an underlay that reacts with a special hand applied chemical. This reaction created a blackened, permanent image.

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  • LaserXTREME

    Laser engraving larger areas on drinkware using a specially formed beam that keeps a continuous power output further around the item. This process results in laser engravings much wider than a standard laser engraving.

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  • Full Color Vinyl

    CMYK high resolution digitally printed, pressure sensitive labels. Depending on your item, labels may have a semi-gloss finish or are covered in a glossy clear laminate.

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  • Full Color Dome

    CMYK high resolution digitally printed, pressure sensitive labels. Domed vinyl labels utilize a raised clear resin “bubble” that gives both depth as well as protection.

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  • Full Color Transfer

    The application of four-color process artwork onto the item using a combination of heat and pressure. This process gives your imprints bold colors and razor-sharp edges.

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  • ColorSplash

    CMYK & white digitally printed directly onto the product, offering large imprint areas and vibrant colors.

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  • PhotoSplash

    Four color process transfer printing specifically for drinkware. This process utilizes a combination of heat and pressure to yield highly detailed, vibrant imprints.

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  • Embroidery

    The classic method of decorating with needle and thread, but brought into the digital age with high speed, computer controlled commercial equipment.

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  • Debossing

    The process of creating a recessed image into a material using a die being pressed down under high temperature and extreme pressure.

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  • Etched

    Using lasers at specific wavelengths to mark crystal and many natural materials like leathers and woods with artwork.

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  • Blank Only

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  • Dye-Sublimation

    The process of applying digitally printed transfer using heat, fusing the imprint into the fabric.

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