By now, surely you’ve heard about Quality Logo Products®’ new informational video series, covering all the different imprinting processes that can be used to decorate your promo items. I don’t know about you, but where I’m sitting, it’s all people have been talking about lately!
Why, yes, I am sitting in the Quality Logo Products® offices. Why do you ask?
Anyway, last time, we gave you the scoop on screen printing. Today, we’re getting into the nitty gritty of pad printing! “Nitty gritty” might not be the right word for it, though. Those rubber pads that the manufacturers use actually look pretty smooth.
But I’m getting ahead of myself. Best if you take a look at our video first!
Look at those rubber pads! (Wow, there’s something I never expected to say or write with an exclamation mark following it.) Imagine if the bouncer at your favorite bar busted out one of those every time you got your hand stamped at the door.
Pad printing isn’t just a simple, practical process; it’s also a versatile process, as you saw in the video. With rubber pads available in all shapes and sizes, pad printing is ideal for quickly and affordably transferring ink onto the surfaces of a number of products, including pens, sunglasses, and stress relievers.
But it’s certainly not the only imprinting process available, no, sir. We’ve still got plenty of other printing techniques to cover in our video series. After all, pad printing’s great, but part of what makes a promotional product awesome is choosing the right imprint method for the look you want. Debossing on your leather portfolios? A swanky choice! Embroidery on your jackets? It looks sew nice. (Sorry.) We have videos on those processes, along with heat press and digital printing, on their way in the weeks to follow.
So make sure to check back here on the Quality Logo Products® blog for the next entries in the series. Even better, head over to our YouTube channel, where you can see these and all the other helpful and hilarious videos our Media Team has produced. Don’t forget about us, though. It gets a little sad, writing about these imprint processes without any readers around. Probably makes my boss sad, too. Especially when he has to sign my paycheck.
Until next time!
Were there any parts of the pad printing process that you’d like to know more about? What else would you like to know about custom printing? Let us know in the comments below!
Sheila Johnson is a member of the Content Team at Quality Logo Products. Prior to joining QLP, she worked freelance in a number of capacities, including writing, editing, digital art restoration, and sorting stuff in a warehouse, because money is money. She enjoys birdwatching, hiking, and reading, which doesn't make her sound old at all. Other likes: dark chocolate, comics, science, socks with bright patterns. Dislikes: how cold her toes are ALL THE TIME. You can connect with Sheila on Google+
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