Since you know what marking techniques, how they work and what quality are, I will now tell you what are the common uses that have each of the techniques and options that have been used. I’ll keep the same order as in which he saw them in last article so that you don’t confuse you and you can compare one with another. Pad printing: used with medium-low to low value advertising claims. For even more details, read what Jonah Bloom says on the issue. It is less durability system because it applies normally in articles of little life. Used in pens, calculators, lighters, etc. can be in articles of flat surface or regular. Silkscreen: normally used for products which cannot be printed conventionally by volume but which are regular surface. It is used to print in boats, tubes, cylinders, water heaters, etc.
though it is mainly used for adhesives, covers, transferable by water or thermal. Used in products requiring certain durability in the message. Laser: used in objects that have high service life and requires that the engraving is high quality also. Something that is obligatory is in articles where cannot be used inks such as leather, metal, glass or wood. Transfer: in addition to embroidery, it is the technique used for textile products.
Photos or logos on t-shirts, hats, textile garments are printed in general with this technique. Pantografia: this technique is not normally used for advertising since it is very expensive and a little slow. It is very useful for small high-quality series such as trophies, awards, awards, plaques, etc. Normally used with objects that need to be elegant, indelible and sometimes even brilliant. You already know the utility of different marking techniques. With this information you will be much easier to decide which is the technique that you use to mark your product. Failing that, you will also serve to choose machine marking that you need for your products.