IMPRINT COLOURS AND METHODS
General Imprint Colours
Please note, this colour chart represents most standard imprint colours available to print by our suppliers. Imprint colours and selection will vary based on product and supplier.
Upon requesting a quote to firstname.lastname@example.org please provide your company logo in vector format (Ai file, properly converted PDF, or eps file). A virtual sample will be presented matching imprint colours as closely to your branding as possible.
Is your company logo in jpeg or png only? To ensure a clean and clear imprint we require graphic artwork to be submitted in vector format. Rock Marketing can convert your jpeg/png logo to vector format for an additional fee which can be discussed with other project details.
Does your branding use specific PMS Colours? Many of our suppliers offer Pantone Colour Matching for an additional charge. Let us know in your quote that you would like an exact colour match to your logo.
There are many different ways to imprint a promotional product – some allow for a simplistic one colour print while others can print a rainbow of colours all throughout the product.
A popular method for 1 colour and multi colour printing and is used for many promo products! A mesh screen is used to transfer individual ink colours onto the product – imprinting a company logo.
This imprint method is often used on pens, golf balls, stress relievers, or other smaller or interestingly shaped promo products that other printing tools would have difficulty printing on.
Also known as Foil Stamping. A metal plate decorated with a company logo is coloured with a foil, and then is stamped onto a product at high temperatures to transfer the logo onto the product.
This digital print method allows for vibrant and bright colours to be imprinted directly into the product material. Often used for lanyards, neoprene products, clothing, event banners and tents, or other woven material products.
This imprint method creates a classy and professional impression. A laser beam decorates the surface of an object, presenting a metallic finish underneath that makes any logo shine.
This imprint method creates a professional impression and is durable. Debossing prints the logo to “indent” the product with the image. This leaves an imprint you can feel on a product such as a leatherette journal or briefcase.