INTRODUCING A NEW WAY TO MAKE YOUR BRAND STAND OUT
Published - 16th August, 2019
LASER BRANDING BY SHARON LEE LTD.
Introducing two new unique branding methods available to you and your clients on a wide range of stocked headwear options.
Using state of the art LASER BRIDGE technology, your customers logo can now be etched directly onto a selection of caps or created into a PU badge that can be stitched onto any of our headwear range.
LEARN MORE – Below
LASER ETCHED CAPS
Laser etching is available on a selection of our stocked headwear options, and allows for detailed logos to be etched into the fabric.
Designs will vary subject to the fabric and colour but in most cases, the design will come out darker after etching on our range of polyester caps.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Once you have selected one of the available styles of cap and colour options, we will need to convert the logo into a usable file for our Laser Bridge. this is then sent over to the system and plotted on to the front of the cap to make sure the positioning is correct before starting the process.
Once everything is in order the machine will trace the design whilst firing short bursts of high powered but precise beams of laser, which essentially burns a small layer off the cap, leaving the darker logo permanently etched on the hat.
LASER PU BADGES
Using the latest Laser Bridge technology we are also able to offer custom laser etched badges across our complete headwear range.
Laser etched badges are available using a Tan PU fabric that is then laser cut to whatever shape you desire, these can then be laser etched in the same way as the direct cap etching, leaving a darker finish to the badge. These badges can be applied to all of our headwear range including beanies.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The process is near identical to that of the directly etched caps, but you have the ability to choose the shape of the PU badge, be it circular, square or an outline of your chosen design. In any case, the design will be converted to work on the Laser Bridge.
The laser will initially plot the logo across a larger pre-cut sheet of the fabric, and then a stitched border will be placed onto the fabric and cap/hat to hold it in place, before laser etching the design and then finally laser cutting using a higher strength setting to cut the badge shape.