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A6 dot grid notebook with clear pp cover and elastic band closure (14.2 x 11.6cm).
Prices quoted are for standard product printing position and size as shown below:
We offer 6 different kind of logo printing processes across our product range. Here is some information on the different processes to help you make a better decision on what to choose.
Screen / Silkscreen Printing
This is one of the most common methods of printing where ink is applied to a
variety of surfaces and products. A stencil or “screen” – hence the name - is
used to define the printed regions by having some areas that allow the ink to
seep through on to the printed surface.
Screen printing is very durable can be done on a wide variety of materials and surfaces (flat and curved) hence making it the most popular print method.
Best For: Logos / Images that have 1 to 2 solid colours without gradients.
This is the most economical of all the logo imprint methods and is commonly
used on metallic or wooden products. A high powered laser is used to etch out
an imprint on the surface, and this makes this form of logo imprint extremely
The colour of the logo is usually a different shade of the metal’s or wood colour, or possibly removing the top layer of paint on some products to expose the bare metal beneath, hence creating colour contrast.
Best For: Single-tone logos on wooden and metal products. Low-cost print customization.
Heat Transfer / Thermal Transfer
This print method is great for a colourful image and logos on porous materials
like fabrics. An image is printed in reverse on a piece of plastic, which is
then placed on the product and transferred over via a heat press. This process
is used because allows for an addition of another base layer of bonding gel or
base behind the ink, which allows the image/logo to adhere better to porous
fabrics and hence have better longevity as opposed to direct printing on the
Best For: Single and full-colour printing, heat resistant surfaces and fabric products.
Digital Direct Printing
This print method is arguably the most advanced print method where the image
or logo is printed directly on to the product, just like an inkjet does.
However, this high-tech form of printing uses a special type of ink and
process where the ink is immediately bonded to the surface with UV light.
This process prints directly from an image file in a computer, so no stencil or die is needed in the process, and can render full-colour images directly on flat surfaces.
Best For: Full-colour printing on flat, non-porous surfaces and highly customized products.
This process uses a computer-controlled machine with different coloured
threads sewn prick by prick into a fabric base to create patterns and images.
This also tends to give the logo a “pop-up) or 3D feel as the threads are
stacked together layer upon layer to create the image. This, in turn, makes
the product and logo very wash-resistant and long-wearing.
Best For: Single and multi-colour logos on fabric products like shirts and bags.
Embossing / Debossing
This process uses a metal die with a protrusion the shape of the desired
imprint/logo, then applying with pressure to a compressible surface. The
result is an indentation in the surface the shape of the imprint/logo on the
Best For: Subtle single tone logos on leather products like notebooks and key chains.
For most products, we provide a range of delivery options with different lead times and costs. You can choose the desired option in the Delivery Date and Options section on individual product pages.
How are the Estimated Delivery Dates Calculated?
Our estimated delivery dates are calculated from a combination of two factors – the time taken for the printing of the logo/image on the product, and also the time is taken for the air or surface delivery of the product to you.
For eg, if a product takes 3 days for the printing to be completed, and 4 days for air freight, the reflected date will show the total of 7 days from now.
What are the different Shipping Options and Lead Times?
All lead times shown are under normal circumstances and EXCLUDING printing lead time.
Express Air – 2-4 Days
Economy Air – 5-7 Days
Standard (Surface) – 4-5 Weeks
Local fulfilment is available for selected products.
Express Local – 1-2 Working Days
Why are some Shipping Options not available for some products?
Some products contain certain components that make it unsuitable for certain forms of transport.
For eg, electronic products containing lithium-ion batteries above a certain size cannot be shipped by air.
I have a rush order and I need it to be on time. What can I do to ensure that?
The best thing to do is to contact us directly through live chat, email or phone so we can assist you to select the best shipping option to ensure that you receive your products on time.
As the dates are estimated based on standard conditions, a shift of a couple of days might occur due to factors on the side of the air freight and shipping companies, or even customs issues and holidays.
Ordered some door gift for a company DND. Initally, we wanted 1 colour print on the luggage scale however was advise to go for laser engraving on the stainless steel cover.
So glad that we did laser engraving as the logo came out really classy. iwantgift.com even source for a gift box to put the luggage scale. I really appreciate the one stop service
that they provide!
The T shirt we printed for our company event was done amazingly. It is not the cheapest option out there but the quality of the full colour print and T shirt is worth the price. After months of wearing, the T shirt didn't shrink or deteriorate. Highly recommended!