Professional and original customisation
Customising any product is an art. This is why we advise and guide you towards the most appropriate techniques for your project.
We select and choose with you and with care the printing techniques to offer you optimal quality to meet your expectations.
Discover the different processes used by Wazabi to transform simple objects into real communication supports.
Textile screen printing, the most used technique, allows to obtain an incredible range of effects and excellent results.
Ideal for large volumes and light textiles, screen printing is a direct ink printing technique using the stencil principle.
Screen printing is the printing technique par excellence. It is qualitative. Moreover, all colours are possible, from simple white, to pantone colour or even metallic colours. (almost) Zero limit to your creativity (except for the printing frame).
DTG or Digital printing
Direct digital printing, also known as DTG, is an alternative to screen printing. It allows colour gradation printing as well as unlimited number of colours.
It is therefore highly recommended for printing logos, photos with many colours.
Embroidery is a solid marking that allows your logo or visual to be highlighted. Embroidery is a more expensive and long-lasting technique. Not all textiles are suitable for embroidery.
For lighter and fluid textiles it is recommended to use another type of customisation. But for textiles such as sweatshirts, polo shirts, heavier t-shirts, bags, embroidery to make you small jewelry customisation.
In addition, today, thanks to new technologies, these extremely precise machines allow the printing of detailed logos in several colours.
Flexography is a hot transfer of a vinyl sheet of colour previously cut on a fabric. Flex is widely used on particular substrates on which screen printing cannot be used.
This technique also allows to place a customisation in inaccessible places and therefore, why not create a surprise effect.
This is the perfect technique for patterns with many colours or gradients.
Velvet touch printing. The flocking (the real one) is a technique of covering by projection of velvet particles which will come to fix on the part which will have been defined.
In general, a specific colour is used. The colour palette for this process is more restricted, but the result is always surprising and very qualitative. It is a very resistant process and its lifespan is therefore very long.
Customisation to the end…
Nothing like receiving a finished product and being remembered even more. A nice customisation, whether it is on the label or on the packaging, allows you to make a little more the difference. We can also advise you on this part. No ready-made recipe! Every customer is unique, every customisation is unique!