Digital Printing

Dye Sublimation

  • Custom Logo Creation
  • Logo Digitising
  • Monogramming
  • Applique/Tackle Twill
  • Caps & Bags
  • Corporate Wear
  • Work Wear
  • Hi Vis Safety Wear
  • Sports Wear
  • School Wear
  • Hospitality Uniforms
  • Promotional Products
  • & So much More



  • Custom Logo Design
  • Shop Window Signage
  • Banners
  • Vehicle Graphics
  • Stickers/Decals
  • Wall Art
  • Labels
  • Caps & Bags
  • Advertising Signage
  • Flags
  • Apparel
  • Promotional Products
  • & So much More
  • Custom Logo Design Creation
  • Caps & Bags
  • Sports Bottles
  • Coffee Mugs
  • Coasters
  • Mouse Pads
  • Phone Covers
  • Stubby Coolers
  • Travel Mugs
  • Tablet Cases/Covers
  • Apparel
  • Promotional Products
  • & So much more
Embroidery1LogoStitch specialises in the creation, development and application of custom embroidery, having your logo embroidered to personalise your products creates a unique professional visual impression of your company, team, school, or organisations identity and signature, representing credibility, trust and your brand’s recognition.

One of the best ways to advertise your business, team or organisation is by getting your logo noticed. Stand out from the crowd with a custom embroidered logo on our high quality garments and make a statement about your company.

LogoStitch can embroider your logo on Business Shirts, Work Shirts, School Uniforms, Polo’s, T-Shirts, Jackets, Fleece, Hoddies, Sportswear, Pants, Caps/Hats, Towels just to name a few, so you name it, if we can get our needles through it, we can embroider it.

Custom Logo Creation & Digitising

LogoStitch offers a custom Logo digitising service, we can work from a image file that you provide or we can start the process completely from scratch to create a logo for you.

Digitising is the technical and creative process of converting artwork into digital code using specialised embroidery digitising software, which is then converted into a format our advanced embroidery machines can read and translate into things like thread trims, stitch types and directions, thickness, sizes and spacing of the various stitch “sections” which make up each logo, underlay, density, pull compensation, colour changes etc, meaning everything the embroidery machines do and in order, the digitiser has programed within the design of your logo.

Digitising your logo/artwork incurs a one time set up fee to create your design, which is based on the size, complexity and stitch count of your embroidery design. Your design file is then securely stored in our system so you can re-oder as many times as you wish with no additional cost.

Digital PrintingLogoStitch uses state-of-the-art Roland print and cut digital technology to transform your logo, images and text into a wide variety of products.
Let us Enhance your professional image and credibility with larger than life graphics that can cover almost any surface.

Professional and dynamic graphics are the fastest way to convey your message and communicate with your audience, instantly bringing focus to your product or service.

LogoStitch can also provide graphics in Metallic s which can be printed as a solid color, for example metallic Silver or combined with CMYK to produce over 500 striking metallic and pearlescent colors.

Dye sublimation is a process that uses a special heat sensitive dye to print graphics and text onto a special paper medium, which is then transferred to the final substrate. The paper is then placed on suitable items and both are placed into a heat press for about 40 seconds at 350-400 degrees, depending upon the type of material to transfer the dyes from the paper to the substrate.

When the (sublimation) cycle is completed, the image on the paper has transferred to the item and has actually become a part of the surface. If you run your finger across the surface of a sublimated plate you will feel nothing.

Dye sublimation is done on a polyester, polymer, or polymer coated item. At high temperatures, the solid dye converts into a gas without ever becoming a liquid. Hence the definition of what “Dye Sublimation” is. The same high temperature opens the pores of the polymer and allows the gas to enter. When the temperature drops, the pores close and the gas reverts to a solid state. It has now become a part of the polymer.

For this reason, true dye sublimation cannot be done on natural materials, like 100% cotton. Natural fibres and non-coated materials have no “pores” to open.

Dye Sublimation is perfect for clothing, mugs, mouse pads, aluminium blanks, plastic blanks and a wide range of products, and is widely used for promotional products