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Industrial Printing

 The print on your product is a critical tool for you as a business. Whether your product gets printed for branding or for functionality, we understand the importance of it. That's why we work hard to make sure our customers are happy with the product we give you. Below is a quick rundown of what materials we are able to print on, followed by the process we use for different projects.


  • Glass

  • Metals

  • Plastics

  • Rubber

  • Wood

  • Ceramics

Pad printing is an indirect offset printing process where a silicon pad takes a 2-D image from an etched printing plate and transfers it to a 3-D object. This makes printing on virtually any shape possible, although it must be a small image, roughly no bigger than 3" x 3". (maximum size varies depending on image) This is generally the most cost effective option as well.



  • Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh screen is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impenetrable by emulsion. This allows for large, multiple color images to be transferred onto your product. 

We aim to please every person that walks through our door. If you have questions regarding a service that isn't listedcontact us here, and we will do our best to get you taken care of.

pad printing

screen printing

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