Personalize your trophies, recognition awards and financial tombstones
FOR THE WOW EFFECT!
Enhance your award in multiple places with conventional silkscreen, laser engraving, or the latest digital printing technology. BCH Unique uses many more printing and decorating techniques than those mentioned underneath. Get in touch with our account managers for more information.
Your text or artwork is printed on acetate, which is then embedded inside the acrylic. Once embedded, the film almost disappears and the artwork seems to be floating within the deal toy.
Airbrush is the process of painting a surface with compressed air. This technique creates a uniform surface without brush mark.
FROSTED PRINT EFFECT
This is a printing method that can only be used on hard flat surface. This digital direct print will give the same look that a sandblast method would.
Embedment is the process to place an object inside a Lucite piece. The object is placed in a dense liquid Lucite and then cooks inside special pressurized ovens. Once this process is over, the object seems to be floating inside the award.
3D LASER ENGRAVING
Used on crystal only, this method is use to create an artwork in 3D within the crystal piece.
HI-TRANS DIGITAL PRINT
A digitally printed film that can be embedded in Lucite trophies. As opposed to acetate printing, digital print is used for prints several colors.
DIGITAL TRANSFER PRINT
Digitally printed on a adhesive vinyl used to add print on a flat or curved surface. This adhesive vinyl sticks and molds to any shape.
Direct printing is used on flat hard pieces such as wood, acrylic, aluminum etc. It is used for most printing projects with standard colors.
Sandblasting is the process of "blasting" sand under high pressure on a hard surface area. The end result is a frosted look effect on the surface of the piece.
Screen Printing is used to print special types of ink colors that a standard digital printer cannot create. It is used on the outside surface area of the product. This technique cannot be used on curved awards.