How do I place an order?
We do not offer an ordering facility on the website due to the variety of products and branding options available. Please feel free to submit an online enquiry - for a single product or multiple products and we will come back to you very quickly. If you know exactly what you want to order you can either call 01727 576015 and speak to one of our sales team or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I find products?
You can do a product search in a variety of ways.
1. Keyword - just type in type of product or a product name if you know it and the search will show you the options available.
2. Item number - each item has a unique number - just type this in and you be taken to the product - any problems with codes that are not recognised email - email@example.com or call 01727 576015.
3. Category - means you can search by category rather than per product.
4. Still can't find what your looking for? Please call us on 01727 576015.
How do I send artwork?
Please send vectorised/outlined eps artwork saved to illustrator version 10 or lower to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please can you also confirm what pantone colours you would like us to use. We have a design team available to help if you have any problems. Artwork redraws are available at extremely subsidised rates for our customers. We always provide PDF proofs on all products prior to going to full production.
How do I contact Brandables?
4-6 Spicer Street
St Albans, Herts AL3 4PQ
t: 01727 576015
There are six main methods of printing your promotional message on to your selected product:
1. Screen printing - used for most plastic items including pens, and clothing.
2. Tampo (or Pad) printing - used for printing across relatively small areas on plastic items, and when the area to be printed is difficult to get at
3. Engraving - Used most commonly on crystal, glass and metal products
4. Blocking - Used to mark leather goods in particular.
5. Embroidery - This a great way to achieve quality personalisation on most clothing and headwear.
6. Die Stamping - Usually used on metal products.
Used most widely on pens, pencils, flat plastic items and PU, as well as clothing, particularly T-shirts. Ink is applied to the product by pushing it through a stencil (screen) containing your design.
Tampo (or Pad) Printing
An ink applying method again, but used to especially good effect on odd or curved shapes. An increasing popular method due to the flexibility and number of products it can mark. Ink is transferred onto product by way of a rubber 'pad'.
Used most commonly on crystal, glass and metal products to achieve a quality, lasting effect. Laser engraving is now widely regarded as the most accurate and economical way of reproducing fine design work, although machine engraving may still be used to excellent effect.
Used to mark leather goods in particular. A metal block (die) is pressure stamped onto the product, usually with a gold or silver foil, to leave a lasting impression of your design. Alternatively, the process can be performed without foil, just leaving your design in plain relief. This is known as Blind Embossing.
This a great way to achieve quality personalisation on most clothing and headwear. With modern machinery offering speed and multiple colour possibilities, more customers are selecting this method of personalisation to great effect. A typical design is based on a stitch count of around 5 to 10,000 stitches.
Usually used on metal products like stainless steel keyrings or similar products. Like blocking, a metal die is pressure stamped onto your product leaving an impression of your design. This can be left plain or filled with colour.