Nova Cup - Borosilicate 350ml
Elegant 350ml reusable borosilicate glass coffee cup with a secure push on silicone lid and a wide heat-resistant silicone band. Borosilicate is lightweight, exceptionally strong and shatter-resistant. It is a natural BPA-free choice for a clean, pure taste and offers an eco-friendly alternative to single use paper cups. The lid and band can be mixed and matched in any colour combination from the standard colours at no extra cost. Up to five different colour combinations are included in the price and more are available for an additional charge. Nova Cup is presented in an unbleached cardboard gift box with a window to show the branding and product care instructions are printed on one side. An optional gift tube is available on request. This product is not dishwasher safe and handwashing is recommended. Nova Cup is protected under New Zealand Design Registration No. 426637 and Australian Design Registration No. 201916426.
Dimensions: Cup: Dia 90mm x H 132mm.
Colours Available: white, grey, natural, yellow, orange, pink, red, bright green, green, teal, lblue, blue, purple, black
Decorations Methods: Pad Print Per Colour/Position, Screen Print, Silicone Debossed Per Position, Silicone Digital Print, Additional Colour Combinations, Gift Tube, Pad Print Per Colour/Position
Pad printing uses a silicone pad to transfer an image to a product from a laser etched printing plate. It is one of the most popular and affordable ways of branding promotional products due to its ability to reproduce images on uneven or curved products and print multiple colours in a single pass.
Imitation etch is a special pad printing ink used for producing an etch-like effect on glass products.
Dye sublimation print is used for branding products that have a special coating on them, or fabrics suitable for the sublimation process. A transfer is produced by printing sublimation ink onto transfer paper and then heat pressing it onto the product.
Commonly referred to as ‘Blind’ debossing, a heated custom metal plate is pressed firmly onto the product leaving an impression of the artwork. Thermo debossing is also available on certain products, using additional heat to create a unique and eye-catching two-tone finish.
Direct to product rotary digital printing involves the transfer of UV ink directly from inkjet print heads and can be used to produce detailed artwork using both closely matched spot colours and full colour branding.
Laser engraving is a permanent branding process that engraves artwork into the surface of the product using a laser. Different materials produce different engraving finishes, to avoid uncertainty pre-production samples are recommended.
This production method is used for printing media such as paper, vinyl and magnetic material used in the manufacture of labels, badges, and fridge magnets etc. This printing process uses CMYK values.
Embroidery is an excellent way of branding bags, apparel, and other textile products. It offers higher perceived value and a depth of branding quality which other processes cannot match. Embroidery uses rayon thread which is stitched into the product and has a slightly raised effect.
Rotary Screen Printing is achieved by forcing ink through a fine mesh screen with a squeegee onto the product and is ideal for cylindrical objects.
This CMYK branding process is produced by printing artwork onto a vinyl material with strong adhesive on the reverse. The branded area is then coated with a crystal-clear resin. Once dry, the finished decal is applied to the product and the adhesive forms a permanent bond.
Digital adhesive labels are used to brand products that cannot be branded with any other method. They are printed with a digital printing press and applied to the product.
This production method is a CMYK+W digital branding process designed specifically for silicone surfaces.
Flatbed Screen Printing is achieved by forcing ink through a fine mesh screen with a squeegee onto the product and is ideal for branding flat objects.
A digital transfer is a CMYK+W printing method used for branding fabrics. The artwork is printed on transfer paper using a digital printing machine, then heat pressed onto the product.
Direct digital printing involves the transfer of ink directly from the print heads of an inkjet machine to the product and can be used to produce both full colour and closely matched spot colour branding on flat or slightly curved surfaces.
Colourflex transfers are a CMYK+W digital print process, used for branding apparel and fabrics.