Embellishments can go a long way in making your brand more engaging on a uniform or promotional item. Pacific Uniforms does not outsource any embellishment. Your brand is infused into the garment at the point of manufacture or by our company-owned embellishment facility located in Brisbane, Australia.
High Production Standards.
We insist on using the best machinery available, including Barudan Embroidery machines, Stahls heat press and SupaColour. Our superior digitising capabilities means your logo or image will be set up in the most optimal way for the production method.
Pacific Uniforms offers the following embellishment services.
We offer a range of embroidery techniques using our state of the art embroidery equipment and contemporary industrial applications – you’ll be amazed at how we can translate your corporate logo into an embroidered masterpiece.
Supacolour is the answer to branding today's complex logos on corporate uniforms and other apparel, bags and hats. Tested to 50+ domestic washes, offers good stretch and can bridge the seams of a hat or garment if needed.
Badges are still a popular way of branding uniforms – especially for service-based businesses who want something with more dimension. Whether you need an embroidered patch, button badge or 3D pin, we can cater to small or large quantities.
Dye sublimation printing is a full colour, full-coverage printing technique that employs heat and pressure to transfer dye onto a polyester fabric. The ink becomes part of the structure of the material, the images on the fabric don’t fade or crack - even after multiple washes.
Thermo printing is a great option for branding sporting uniforms, t-shirts, polos and workwear – anywhere that requires branding to a larger surface. The transfers are specially formulated and deliver a vibrant, high quality and long-lasting result to just about any type of fabric.
When it comes to printing t-shirts and other garments, screen printing is a popular, economical and long-lasting solution. Each colour in your logo or graphic is broken down into separate screens and printed in sequence onto the garment.