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Pouch Branding

POUCH BRANDING
A well conceived brand can make a pouch really sparkle. And help you sell.
Choose the method that best brands your business while creating free advertising impressions.

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Silk Screening

Our fastest growing type of branding.

The process: we make a silk screen with your logo. In a special press, ink is pressed through your screen onto your pouch fabric. The ink is then cured with heat.

Silk screens yields a softer, more subdued image than hot stamping.

Silk screen images are permanent and will not rub off or flake.

There are an unlimited number of ink colors available, and pouches can be printed in multiple colors and on both sides.


Costs: 1 color: 25 - 999 pieces per size = $0.50 per pouch, 1000+ per size = $0.38 per pouch. 2 color: 25 - 999 per size = $0.95 per pouch, 1000+ per size = $0.68 per pouch. Both sides adds $0.25 per pouch. Reusable silk screens cost $100 per size per color. Custom ink colors are $65.

Hot Stamping
 
Our most popular type of branding.

The process: we make a hot stamping plate with your logo. In a special machine, a thin sheet of colored foil is heat pressed into your pouch with your printing plate.

Hot stamps yield a clean, crisp, vibrant image.

Because fabrics do not "hold" hot stamps well, hot stamps are considered temporary, and are prone to flaking when exposed to wear.

There are a limited number of hot stamp colors, and pouches can only be printed in one color on one side.

Costs: 25 - 999 pieces per size = $0.25 per pouch, 1000+ pieces per size = $0.18 per pouch.  
 
Reusable printing plates cost $100 per size.

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Debossing

Debossing is the same process as hot stamping, but without the use of a colored foil. So your logo is essentially heat "branded" into the surface of the fabric.

Because of the subtle looking nature of a debossed image, large, bold logos are usually preferable, and some fabrics and colors blind deboss better than others.

Because foil is not used in the process, flaking is not an issue.

Debossing costs the same as hot stamping.