Need to promote your science tech or education brand? Pens, coffee mugs & T-shirts are too yesterday? We’ve custom imprinted lab glassware, magnifiers, biology tool cases, test tube racks, even Petri dishes! Choose the imprint method that works for you.
Silkscreen is the most popular method we offer for custom imprinting. Single colors, typically white or black are the most common but we can do multicolor logos on a variety of magnifiers. Two colors and occasionally more can be done on beakers and flasks but there are limitations. Send us your logo so we can advise you.
Full-Color Decals (Stickers)
Decals, or more correctly, stickers, are a cost-effective way to do full-color logos. They are also best for recessed areas as seen in the test tube rack and mini magnifier shown below. Contrary to popular belief, they are as difficult to remove as print is since the high tack glue grips more the longer it stays on.
Certain items such as science glassware require special handling for multiple colors and/or fine detail. The 2 large flasks shown below were done with high definition pad printing which is can be expensive and not recommended for smaller than 1L sizes. The credit card magnifiers were done with a digital press and are best done in large volume.
Laser etching is by its nature, monochromatic but has the advantage of being able to print your brand in nooks & crannies that regular print methods cannot reach such as the hand magnifier bottom upper right.
The 25mm (1″) metal linen tester shows the result of a fiber optic laser which is capable of delivering very high-resolution etching.
Send Us Your Logos
Science-based promotional products have cachet. Our customers include breweries, distilleries, government agencies, and boutiques, to name just a few. Science products with custom branding make a bold statement that stands out from the competition. Contact us and we can help you stand out too.
Not sure if we can do it? Send us your logos and what you want to print on. We can advise you within 24 hours M-F. JPEGS and other low-resolution files are fine for evaluation but we do need vector art for the work itself.