Material Options

Imprint Options

 

Material Options

   

Plain Swade Vinyl

Plain swade vinyl has a finely grained matte surface. It is the most cost effective vinyl material and is available in a variety of colours. It can be hot stamped and silk-screened only.

   
   
     
 

Print Vinyl (Taliano and Milano)

Black Taliano vinyl has a heavily textured finish. It is an elegant upgraded vinyl option but it is not recommended to hot stamp detailed imprints. Silk-screening is always recommended on this vinyl type. Milano vinyl has a two-toned, veined appearance for a distinct look.

   
 
       
 

Look of Luxury Expanded Vinyl (Castillian)

Castillian vinyl is soft, supple and lends the look of leather. It can be imprinted in a variety of methods: hot stamping, silk-screening, debossing, colour filled debossing, and embossing.

   
 
 

Look of Luxury Expanded Supported Vinyl (Diablo)

Diablo is a premium vinyl and has a finer leather look than Castillian and has a woven fabric backing which makes it extremely resilient to wear. It is commonly used for briefcases and portfolios.

   
 
   
 

Polyethylene (Opaque) and Polypropylene (Translucent)(Poly)

Poly is a durable and economical material. It is commonly used for binders or clipboards. It is available in a wide range of colours, and is resistant to cold weather cracking.

   
 
   
       
       
 

Case Made Material

Case Made products are hand made with a range of high quality materials such as leather, technical paper and technical linen.

   
 
 
       




 

Imprint Options

   
 

Hot Stamping

Hot Stamping is a method whereby a roll of foil is impressed by a magnesium and zinc alloy stamping die. Using a pneumatic press, the heated die is pressed onto the foil and thereby transferring the artwork. Recommended for simple, one colour imprints.

 

Stock foil colours

 

Silk-Screening

Silk-screening is used primarily for large imprints, multiple coloured imprints, imprints requiring Pantone matching, or imprints that contain fine details or halftones which cannot be replicated by hot stamping. Silk-screening uses inks to create an imprint.

 

Stock screening colours