Japanese Fabric is a high density material with a smooth and glossy finish. This uncommon material is often used for football badges and sportswear branding.
There are a range of design techniques that can be applied to this material such as embroidery, silicone printing and heat transfer print.
Rubber Nylon material is a strong, flexible material often used for zip pullers, elbow patches and for outerwear branding due to its durability and its non-slip and waterproof properties.
The material has a matt finish with designs being either screen printed or high density print for a raised profile.
Examples of both these material labels can be found by following the below link.
Take a look at some of our recently produced products.
We aren’t limited to just the clothing industry, producing the below swing ticket for the food market. This booklet tag is produced in a rustic kraft card with a print and foil block design, completed with a copper eyelet and rope style string.
Produced for Mens & Womenswear designer Markus Lupfer (markuslupfer.com), this s-spring snap fastener features an engraved cap with a rubber coated finish.
Find more examples of our range on our website ukpaccessories.com
We are always keen to bring you the latest in label techniques and here we have three printing methods to enhance your branding labels.
High Density Print & Silicone Print
Both high density and silicone printing offer a 3-dimensional effect while maintaining a sharply reproduced design.
High density print is a plastisol based print which involves layering and produces a matt finish. Silicone print on the other hand provides a more glossy look.
Both techniques can be applied to a range of material bases such as woven, polyester, cotton and felt.
Dye sublimation is a special process whereby full colour images and graphics can be reproduced in high definition.
The dyes are infused with the label substrate, permanently dyeing them resulting in a long lasting design.
Here at UKP, we recognise our responsibility to act ethically and work to minimise our impact on the environment.
As part of our efforts, we have produced a range of trims produced using sustainable materials and processes.
Our range includes FSC paper swing tickets, recycled polyester woven labels, milled leather labels and organic cotton printed labels.