Clothing customization and logos

Thanks to our partners, we can reproduce any logo on any garment with high quality standards using the best technologies for screen printing, digital printing, and embroidery.

> threaded polyester MADEIRA POLYNEON
> very resistant to laundering
> embroidery in up to 12 colours
> standard colour codes
> embroidery points from 1 to 25,000 points

> embroidery + covering fill material: nylon, felt, and others (e.g., terrycloth and denim, polyester printed with dye sublimation, etc.)

> 4-colour printing
> direct on fabric printing with water-based colours
> barely sensitive to the touch
> maximum size 35×45 cm
> excellent resistance to washing (40°C)
PRINTABLE MATERIALS
> t-shirts and polo shirts in jersey > cotton
> polyester > Better performance on light colours

> print up to 9 colours or in four colours
> print on all types of colours
> soft to the touch
> excellent resistance to washing (40°C)
PRINTABLE MATERIALS
> cotton > polyester > nylon
> microfiber > wool > neoprene
> canvas

> use of already coloured film
> plotter-cut film
> monocolour print, wide range of colours
> with flocked material (stripflock)

> four-colour print (bright colours)
> print only on white or cream
> soft to the touch
> maximum size 35×45 cm
> excellent resistance to washing (80°C)
PRINTABLE MATERIALS
> polyester > nylon > microfiber

> use of white sheet
> logo printed in four colours and plotter-cut
> hot-applied logo

> incision on any background colour
> The colour extrapolated from the incision will be based on the base colour of the incised article
> barely sensitive to the touch
> maximum size 45×45 cm
> excellent resistance to washing (40°C)
PRINTABLE MATERIALS
> microfiber > neoprene > canvas > denim > pile > leather > faux leather > felted fabric

The size of the logo depends upon its position. The smallest size to be printed is the reference for the logo size. The costs for graphic preparation, films, and frames depend upon the quality of the logo file to be created and the characteristics of the logo itself.

1. Cordonette EMBROIDERY
Payper on the polo collar was embroidered directly on the fabric using a cordonette stitch.

2. Overall EMBROIDERY
The Italian flag was embroidered directly on the fabric using a filling stitch and finished with a gold border using the cordonette stitch.

3. EMBROIDERY and NYLON
The Payper logo was made with black, laser-cut nylon on which the logo details were embroidered, and entirely finished with a white border using the cordonette stitch.

4. RUBBER LABEL
Payper was created by laser incision on a rubber support applied to the clothing with visible sewing.

5. EMBROIDERY and RUBBER
The P in Payper was made with insertion of a piece of rubber between the fabric and thread, giving it thickness. It is a direct embroidery as the rest of the writing.

6. HD PATCH and EMBROIDERY
This patch sees the association of sublimation printing on white polyester and embroidered parts inside as well as on the border, thus maintaining the small details and gradients.

7. EMBOSSED BORDER
The Payper logo was directly embroidered, associating filling stitches and cordonette stitches. A piece of rubber was also inserted to give the edge thickness.

1. HD PATCH
The Payper logo is created using an HD patch. Only the border is embroidered. The inside is a sublimation print on white polyester that allows very small elements and colour gradients.

3. LASER INCISION
The letters PJ have laser incisions that create textures (as in the P) or details (as in the J). Incision can only be done on thicker fabrics.

2. JEANS and FLEECE
The two letters, PJ, were made with Jeans and Fleece to create large letters without weighing down the embroidery. It is finished with the cordonette stitch.

5. TERRYCLOTH and EMBROIDERY
The Three on the left sleeve was made using white terrycloth as a base, laser cut and finished with the cordonette stitch.

4. SUBLIMATIC and RUBBER
The Three is made using sublimation printing that allows small elements and colour gradients that are not possible in embroidery. It is made thicker using a rubber insert and finished with the cordonette stitch.

6. FELTED FABRIC and NYLON
The Three on the right sleeve was created using red, laser-cut Nylon as a base and finished with the cordonette point. Felted fabric may be used as a substitute.

1. POLYCHROMATIC SCREEN PRINTING in 2 Flat Colours
Graphics without gradients, such as the Payper logo in the photo, are referred to as polychromatic printing in “flat” colours. The colours are printed in pure form, from the jar, without any compositions or overlays between them, as occurs with four-colour or halftone polychrome printing.

2. COLOR PRINT
The Payper logo was created on a white PVC film, printed on a digital plotter with ecosolvent inks, then carved and applied to the piece using a thermal press.

3. PUFFED screen PRINTING
This is screen printing with the addition of an additive to the ink. In the kiln, at a precise temperature, it puffs up, creating a raised and slightly spongy print that is softer than a thick print.

4. FLOCK heat-sealable PRINTING
The letters PJ on the right sleeve are created using a red flocked material, carved on the plotter, and applied with a thermal press. It has an opaque, soft, and velvety surface and is available in a wide range of colours.

5. POLYCHROMATIC Halftone SCREEN PRINTING
In polychromatic halftone printing, the essentials are the same as in polychromatic printing with “flat” colours. The colours printed are the original ones, from the jar, and pure, but by using screens, complex photographic images can be obtained, with many colours, gradients, and details. Unlike the CMYK (four-colour) technique, which tends to have more delicate shades, polychromatic printing uses opaque colours and allows much brighter results to be achieved, creating a visual impact.

6. COLOR PRINT
The Three on the left sleeve was created using a plotter-cut film applied using a thermal press. It has an opaque, soft, and thin surface and is available in a wide range of colours.

1. SINGLE COLOUR SCREEN PRINTING
This is screen printing with a single “flat” colour. This is the same technique for the Payper heart logo but made with just one colour.

3. POLYCHROMATIC SCREEN PRINTING in 4 Flat Colours
Once again, having a graphic without gradients, the technique used is polychromatic screen printing with “flat” colours.

2. THICKENED SCREEN PRINTING
The word Payper was created using thickened screen printing that gives the printing a raised effect with clean and precise profiles, unlike the puffed technique that has rounded profiles.

4. LAMINATED SCREEN PRINTING
The laminated effect is obtained by overlapping a special metal sheet on a specific water-based ink or using transparent or pigmented glue. The transfer on the printing is via heat press.

5. DIRECT DIGITAL PRINTING
This is an innovative, high-quality technology, particularly suited to photos and complex coloured motifs rich in gradients and details. The result is a high definition photographic yield that is soft to the touch since once the colour is sprayed on the fabric it sets with heat and completely penetrates the fabric. It is this procedure that makes four-colour printing immune to washing and treatments..

Laser engraving: a new technology to enhance your brand

Customization using a laser is an excellent way to embellish and customize pile. This decoration process burns the pile with extreme precision and engraves the design in the material without cutting it. What makes laser processing different from any other common customization technique is how the design is created. For example, during the printing procedure, the pigments that made up the desired image or text are “added” to the fabric, while during laser processing, the opposite is done. In other words, parts of the fabric are “removed”, creating an “engraved” or internal bevel effect.

Photo to the left: example of the use of laser incision with 0.5 rasterization.

Laser incision affects the surface of the material. Unlike printing, the engraving produces a tactile effect. Working with a CO2 system laser means using highly technological and cutting-edge instruments with staff that has been specifically trained in the process. On pile and micropile, it ensures an unrivalled result as far as execution speed, millimetric precision, flexibility, and the final yield are concerned. Engraving is done without contact with the material and does not require utensils and finishing work. Since there is no contact, there is no deformation and movement of the fabric during processing. The laser beam dissolves the material, resulting in clean and perfectly sealed edges, without fraying on the finished product. Perfect for complex, details designs, primarily geometric graphics, company logos, and small reproductions. If you are seeking a “tone-on-tone” look, laser incision on pile is the technique with the “WOW” factor!

Engraving does not work on classic cotton. It requires a heavy fabric on which it is possible to work at various incision depths. For this reason, Payper offers it only for pile and micropile items. The incision can be more or less evident depending on the amount of fabric removed in relation to the power of the laser. To do this, Payper offers its customers 6 different laser rasterization powers (see photo to the left).
From top to bottom
– 0.15 Rasterization
– 0.2 Rasterization
– 0.3 Rasterization
– 0.5 Rasterization