To ensure your branded solution is exactly what you hope for, Lifestyle Australia employ a range of application processes and techniques that enable us to create custom textures, styles and transfers. Whether you’re looking for printed, stitched, woven or impressed, you can trust our master applicators have got you covered.
High density decorative stitching on fabric that evolved from hand work to today’s high-speed, computerised multi-head machines. With state of the art embroidery equipment, thread and digitising software, Lifestyle Australia can embroider artwork and logos onto a wide range of apparel products. We use a range of techniques including Satin stitch, Fill stitch, Chain stitch, Applique, 3D Embroidery & Quilting.
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Our customers span across the commercial, government, educational, corporate, multi-site, office (major high-rise structures), aged care and retail industries. With offices in most states, CMC operates in capital. Our customers span across the commercial, government, educational, corporate, multi-site, office (major high-rise structures), aged care and retail industries. With offices in most states, CMC operates in capital.
A printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. All of our inks are phthalate and PVC free, continuing our commitment to the environment. Plastisol inks are predominately used making this the ideal decoration for a variety of fabrics and large format applications, at a low cost.
Dye sublimation is produced by printing sublimation ink onto transfer paper, and then heat pressing it on to the product. Commonly used for apparel, can coolers, mugs and mouse pads, sublimation is perfect for producing vivid, full colour images. Sublimation stays vibrant and cannot be washed out.
Using computer assisted sewing machines, applique combines direct embroidery and a variety of optional materials such as: wool felt, acrylic felt, polyester twill, cotton twill and much more to create countless decoration choices. Applique is great for large areas and creates somewhat of a 3D image.
A die is created from a logo image and is then depressed into leather, suede or other fabric types with high heat and pressure. This allows the image to sit below the product surface, providing a higher perceived value than other forms of branding. As the design becomes part of the product, debossing allows us to produce permanent results.
With custom indent product comes the ability to create custom trims for your merchandise. This can include zip pullers, neck tape, care labels, etc and is a great way to compliment other decorating options. This is also an excellent technique to further enhance your product and your brand image.
Laser engraving produces a permanent natural finish using a laser to mark the product. Different materials produce different effects, creating unique and permanent branding solutions. As a more cost-effective option than etching, laser engraving can work beautifully on curved or uneven products such as glassware and pens.