The word "emblem" means that the logo of companies, associations, sports clubs, etc. is located in a coat of armsDownload catalogues
The coat of arms can be sewn on, or embroidered, or made using the technique of weaving, sewing or printing.
Emblems can be divided into woven and sewn.
Woven emblems are made from polyester thread, this enables the smallest details that we cannot create by embroidery or printing to be seen on the logo itself.
Embroidered emblems are made on a material such as twill, etc., or can be made directly on a hat, t-shirt, shirt, work clothes, jacket or vest.
Emblems may be cut by hand with scissors or by laser.
The emblems themselves can be attached to clothing with Velcro, adhesive film or by sewing.
How do I create an emblem myself?
To make the creation process easier for our customers, all you have to do is send us a logo, coat of arms or a sign in vector format, PDF or JPEG, and leave everything else to us. We first prepare the emblem visually so that our customers can get a realistic example of what it will look like in reality, thus avoiding mistakes. After the visual sample is approved, we create a physical sample and send it to the customer for approval. Only when the customer is satisfied does the manufacturing of the entire order begin.
As soon as the ordered emblems are ready, our customers can choose whether they would like to come in person to pick up the ordered products or whether they would like us to send them via delivery service.
Woven emblems are logos, markings, coats of arms, or other shapes that are machine-made and applied to another fabric or material. The edge of the emblem itself can be made in three variants: by weaving, knitting or sewing. Woven emblems can be applied to various materials such as cotton, polyester, twill or directly onto clothing such as work clothes, jackets, shirts, uniforms, bags, etc.
The loom creates emblems on interlining material or foils.
The film is used to attach the emblem with an adhesive on a thermal press.
Interlining is used for sewing emblems on textile or work clothing.
Emblems have a standard density, but some emblems are made at a different density due to the level of detail in the logo itself.
Up to 12 colours can be used.
The width of the tape is 100 or 200 mm, so the price is different.
Decorative finishing by sewing:
The decorative finish of the emblem before sewing can be done by hemming in different widths (the edge of the shield is worked with a thick zigzag).
This is then cut to size with scissors and burned for delicacy.
ADVANTAGE OF WOVEN EMBLEMS
Woven emblems are made of polyester or thread and are easily maintained.
The logo, the coat of arms and everything that you want to attach to it are visible down to the smallest detail and woven in a maximum of 12 colours
Their advantage over the printed emblems is their durability when washing, even at high temperatures.
They are applied either by sewing or gluing.
They can be further accentuated simply by laser cutting in any shape or by hemmed edges.
Embroidered emblems are logos, markings, coats of arms or other shapes that are made directly on a material or clothing. The edge of the emblem itself can be made in two variants: by sewing and knitting.
Embroidered emblems can be made on materials such as various twill or linen.
The logo, the coat of arms and everything you want to put on it can be made visible depending on the dimensions of the logo itself.
The advantage over printing is their durability when washed and at high temperatures.
The threads for the embroidered emblems are made of polyester, so they are easily maintained.
In one series, 6 or 12 pieces can be produced on two machines.
A maximum of 12 thread colours can be selected for an emblem.
They are attached to clothing by sewing, gluing or embroidery.