|Screen Printing||Ideal quality/price for large quantities||Max. 4 colours||Illustrations with plain colours|
|Sublimation||Simple method and high-quality image definition||Full colour||Photographs and designs in full colour on solid material|
|Tampography||For printing details and smaller texts||1 colour||Logos, promotional messages|
|Digital||Printing of any design||Full colour||Photographs and designs in full colour on textile|
|Laser||Detailed and resistant print||Internal colour of the material||Logos, promotional messages, illustrations with fine details|
|Debossing||Resistant print, touch of luxury||Colour of material||Logos, promotional messages, illustrations with fine details|
|Transfer||Detailed and resistant printing of any design||Full colour||Logos, promotional messages, illustrations with fine details on textile|
The printing technique to use must be evaluated for each item you want to personalise. To select the printing technique that suits you best for your order, Camaloon takes into account these three factors:
What kind of items are we going to personalise? Do you want to print garments such as personalised T-shirts or are they items with a solid surface?
How many colours and details does your logo, message or design have? Is it a monochrome illustration, or would you like to print personalised mugs with a recent full colour photo?
How many do you need? For example, do you want to design a limited edition personalised notebook with your own design and sell them? Or do you want to print a basic notebook in large quantities for use in various promotions, or as office supplies?
These three factors will be asked as you create your order on our website, or when you contact one of our sales agents by phone or e-mail. And with this information, we will help you automatically and in real time to select the printing technique that guarantees the best prices and quality for your personalised items.