There are several different methods for color imprinting, depending on the product you have selected. No matter which method is used, your color logo or image will shine vibrantly with color imprinting.
Our embroidery beautifully decorates fabric or other soft materials with needle and thread using precise, close stitching. Embroidery is most often used on totes, blankets, or other soft surface items. It is available with a wide variety of thread or yarn color.
Engraving is the practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface, by cutting grooves into it. Our wood items, plaques, awards, and several other items all use engraving to perfectly personalize your product.
Die Casting & Striking
Die casting is a metal casting process that is produced by forcing molten metal under high pressure into a mold cavity. Die struck products begin as a simple sheet of metal plating in the color of your choice. A custom die is created for your design then stamped onto the metal. This leaves an impression on the sheet. To bring out the details of your die struck item, the recessed areas are sandblasted to give contrast. Then, if you desire, they are polished to a high luster.
Glass engraving is a form of decorative glasswork that involves engraving a glass surface. Other forms of engraving are "stipple" or "drypoint" in which the surface of the glass is abraded with the use of small burrs, sand blasting, or other machinery. The scratches and small dots made can be used to produce images of astonishing clarity and detail.
Embossing or Debossing
In an embossed personalization, the focal point is raised from the background. For debossing, the focal point is recessed from the background. For fine line artwork, debossing will produce the best results, but send us your logo and we'll help you determine the best method of decoration for your leather items.