With total autonomy in all types of personalization and with a vast offer, Pontomarc has the know-how of 30 years with solutions in the area of personalization for small, medium and large companies. If you want to customize your products, please contact us so that you know the best conditions for your case.
Product examples: hats, bags, t-shirts, umbrellas.
Product examples: T-shirts, PVC bags, PP, cardboard.
Product examples: ballpoint pens, lighters, watches, electronic devices.
Serigraphic Transfer is the blend of Serigraphy adding heat. It allows the printing of one or several direct colors on a special paper (transfer), which applied on the product and with the pressure and heat, results in printing on the product. Process with excellent results similar to Serigraphy. It is also used in cases where the serigraphic printing, which is flat, does not allow it.
Examples of products: textiles, cardboard, polyester, PVC, umbrellas, caps, caps.
It consists of the deep and permanent engraving of the logo. It is applied to products whose material is composed of metal, wood, glass, acrylic, leather. The laser machine transmits a beam over the material that will result in an extremely precise engraving finish and the colour obtained in the engraving depends on the background colour of the product. This type of engraving does not allow colors. It is an ideal process for prestige products, distinguishing them by their elegance.
Product examples: wooden wine boxes, corkscrews, rollers. Products with laser cutting: trophies, signs, nameplates.
This method uses a specific transfer for ceramics and that by means of digital printing, applying pressure and heat, the ink is fixed and its removal is not possible either with regular washing or repeated uses of the product.
Examples of products: mugs, coffee or tea sets.
Through a line, the logo is reproduced on any textile product. The embroidery depends on the number of stitches required for the format of the logo, in this process the logo will be previously reproduced in a film suitable for embroidery and then will be reproduced again in the product. The best results and definitions depend on the grammage of the textile piece, in which the higher the grammage of the piece, the better quality will have the embroidery.
Examples of products: poles, scarves, uniforms, technical textiles.
In small formats, laser fingerprint is generally used. The big advantage of the process is the possibility to personalize individual jobs (e.g. name to name printing on a product) in small quantities. Digital printing is an economical option because it eliminates the cost of photolithography while maintaining quality and speed in small quantities. In large formats, the visual impact stands out because it has no limits of printed colors. Printing is done by mixing the primary colours (CMYK) and to this process several types of finishing can be applied, the simple cut or specific cutters.
Product examples: badges, stickers, mousepads, roll-ups.
A metal plate with a logo is used, which through pressure on the product creates a 3D effect on the product, resulting in a distinct visual finish. Although colour printing is not possible, this type of finish gives the product prestige.
Examples of products: diaries, notebooks, leather briefcases.
A drop of transparent resin is applied from the fingerprint on a self-adhesive film, which is subjected to high temperatures to solidify. It produces an effect on the product of depth and brightness commonly called "drop of water".
Product examples: pins, labels, badges.
Printing method with photographic quality and applicable to various rigid, flat or flexible products. Allows different thicknesses and widths, coated or uncoated. Great for small quantities and with total versatility.
Product examples: products composed of plastics, glass, wood, metal.
The sublimation made by specific printers and presses and causes the ink to be transformed directly into gaseous state, resulting in art in mugs, T-shirts, slippers etc, with no minimum amount required per drawing.