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How Do we add your logo

The branding methods we use are determined by the product type and material. Below is a quick insight into each branding method so you can see how to represent your logo and company image in the best light. 

Screen Printing: Ideal for logos made from 1 to 4 separate colors

Ideal for logos made from 1 to 4 separate colors 
Screen printing, or serigraphy, previously known as silk-screening is a printing technique that traditionally creates a sharp-edged image using a stencil and a porous fabric. In brief, the screen is made from porous finely woven fabric held over a frame. Areas of the screen are obscured with a non-permeable stencil which is a positive of the image to be printed (the remaining open areas are where the ink will appear). When printing multi-colour logos, a new stencil is made for each colour and the different colours printed sequentially. Screen printing is most suitable for logos with 1-4 colours that have no shading or colour gradation. 
Before printing, inks are custom-mixed to the match the Pantone® colour references denoted on the Virtual Proof ( What is a Virtual Proof?). 
Flason oven-fires printed metallic components before product assembly to ensure maximum print durability; screen printing on plastic products always give excellent print adhesion. We have an in-house screen print department to ensure your logo is printed to the highest standards by experienced screen print technicians. 

Photo Printing: Ideal for logos/graphics made from many different colors

Ideal for logos/graphics made from many different colors 
Although we use advanced technology, photo printing is similar to standard desktop printing in that logos can be reproduced in full color by combining 4 colours known as CMYK in varying amounts. Zlxusb uses this technique in combination with polyurethane resin doming to give your logo a very durable finish which is highly resistant to scratches and bumps. Photo printing is the best choice for logos with many colours or those with shading or gradation. We have an in-house print and resin-dome department to ensure your logo is printed to the highest standards by experienced print technicians. 

Laser Engraving: Ideal for logos requiring ‘solid‘ areas of engraving

Ideal for logos requiring ‘solid‘ areas of engraving 
Laser engraving gives a very precise and clean finish. We have laser engraving machines with a variety of strengths to cater for all types of material from stainless steel to wooden usb drive. Engraving is not a colour process like printing - your logois transferred to the product by  "marking" the product with a laser. So how does the laser work? The laser is designed to deliver energy to the product surface in a way which converts a high percentage of the light energy into heat. The area which the laser strikes is vaporised and a mark is made on the product. Using a computer, the position and movement of the laser can be accurately controlled to achieve the desired effect. Logos with sharp, well-defined borders tend to work best. We have an in-house laser engraving department to ensure your logo is engraved to the highest standards by experienced engraving technicians. 

Personalization of USB-sticks with logo-printing or engraving: Most of our USB USB Flash Drives can be engraved and/or printed. It depends on the surface of each product. We would be glad to advice you, if engraving or printing can be recommended and what is possible on your stick. With every order, you will always receive a photo-montage with your logo by email for release. On request, we will produce a logo-montage (free of charge) in advance to help you with your decision. Just send us your vectorized logo (logo data see FAQ).



First off: If there is the possiblility to have your present engraved - we always recommend it.
Laser engraving on promotional items, f.ex. USB Flash Drive with logo, has some advantages compared to printing. It can be done faster (to meet a deadline), it is absolutely permanent and resistant (no wearout). In addition, engraving is more precise and subtle than printing. With the aid of latest laser engraving machines, we are able to apply laser-engraving to aluminum and metal as well as certain types of plastic fast and highly precise. There are two ways of applying a laser inscription: First, there is 2D-laser engraving, where usually an engraving-depth of approx. 0.05 mm up to 0.2 mm is reached. On the other side, there is temper colour labeling, recommended for some metals because there is no material loss; the material is changing its colour with heat introduction. The fine laser beam is responsible for the vaporization of the material.
After we receive your vectorised logo-file, a program will be written hereof. All data will be archived and can be reused, if you would like to place a repeat order for the identical laser-motif.

- Safe, permanent branding of different advertising and promotional items
- Material: stainless steel, aluminum, brass, chrome, ...
- Engraving on certain types of plastic after consultation and testing of the material



We need a vectorised (converted to path) .eps
Formats: .cdr (Corel), .ai (Illustrator),.fh (Freehand), .eps 
(no rasters, no blends)



This printing method experienced a stormy development over the past 20 years. Using silicone rubber for printing („pad“) was important for its success, because silicone rubber can be shaped perfectly and easily. Silicone rubber is also ink repellent and therefore guarantees an excellent ink transfer. And, with so-called pad printing machines, it is now possible to apply logos, decors, symbols, names, etc. onto uneven items - and not only that, yet even on a vide variety of different materials - in a direct print process without a loss in quality.
Pad printing belongs indirectly to the printmaking technique Intaglio. Into a flat plate, called cliché (here mostly magnet screen clichés) incisions are created by etching: the print image. These incisions are filled with ink. A smooth, flexible stamp made of silicone rubber (silicone is ink repellent), absorbs some ink while being pressed down, and transfers it to the object. This stamp is called "pad" and gave this printing method its name.
Pad printing offers a variety of individual solutions on how to print a vide variety of different objects made of different materials: metal, wood, glass, ceramic, plastic, cardboard, leather, etc., for a personalizaiton or functional inscription on the item to be printed.
Advantages: Due to the flexibility of silicone rubber, the "pad" can adjusts to the print object while the colour is transfered. Therefore, it is possible to print uneven surfaces. Selection or shape of the "pad" depend on the shape of the print object, the print image type, and size and position of the print image. By using height compensation devices, prints with different heights can be accomplished at the same time. Pad printing in different colours is also possible, but depends on motif and passer. Please contact us for further information. We would like to ask you to take into consideration, that during the drying process, all printed items have to pass a drying tunnel, but the proper and necessary hardening can take between 5 to 7 days. Depending on the material! Special colours are only available on request.
We need a vectorized (type to path) eps with exact colour-specifications of the desired ink in PANTONE, RAL or HKS.

2-coloured pad printing

3-coloured pad printing

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