Promotional Embroidery

The Promo Lab

14/04/2020

The branding options available today for your promotional merchandise or corporate apparel have developed into a fast growing industry in itself.  Keeping up with the industry’s latest is where The Promo Lab Creative Team excel.

New techniques and application methods produced by local and overseas branding experts utilise new innovative technology to produce quality logo/image reproduction.  Enhancing your ‘promotional swag’ into something memorable is now affordable and achieveable.

If you are researching how best to deliver a professional finish for your company logo or campaign message.  And if quality is top of the order, then delve into this thread further.  We have compiled  all the branding options available along with explainations and links to relevant products.

Our online catalogue is loaded to show all the branding options available for a particular item including pricing – depending on quantities required.

Our aim is to create and deliver quality promotional items to help establish longevity of your brand and engagement with your target audience.

Embroidery

Embroidery branding is qualified by stitch count.

The majority of corporate logos on apparel or uniforms are embroidered on the left chest area of a shirt (or front of a cap) and this tends to not exceed 7,000 stitches.

Instances where the stitch count increases is when a logo or image has a large “fill” (an area to be filled in with coloured stitch).  Plus, logos needing to be digitized larger than the standard will result in a larger stitch count.

The benefits of choosing embroidery:-

  • Allows for a raised, premium branding output
  • Can be a cost-efficient option when branding area is small

The limitations with embroidery:-

  • If the branding area is large, this option can become inefficient (recommend digital or screen print instead)
  • Small intricate details can often be lost

View Embroidery Options & Pricing
Corporate Workwear

View Embroidery Options & Pricing
Headwear

Watch The Embroidery Branding Process & The Machinery Used

Vector Art & Pantone Colours – How to Prepare & Submit Your Logo for Reproduction

Please send us a vector file for print preferably an EPS or Ai file. For embroidery it must be a high res Jpeg file.

Pantone Colour Matching System is a standardized color reproduction system. The system is a proprietary colour space used in a variety of industries, primarily printing, though sometimes in the manufacture of coloured paint, fabric and plastics.

Use only official Pantone colour product for most accurate colour.

Check your Pantone colour here

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