Applique, Reverse & Etching
APPLIQUE is one of the most unique and exciting applications for embroidery and is an ideal choice when dealing with large designs where high stitch counts are an issue. However, traditional appliqué is also a labor intensive time-consuming process involving cutting, positioning and fastening.
But all that has changed with the introduction of the the SEIT Textile Laser Bridge as it reduces the process to a quick, hassle-free operation that eliminates the need to pre-cut and position complex fabric shapes.
REVERSE APPLIQUE is a variation of standard applique where the applique fabric is attached behind the face of the garment. Holes in the desired shapes are then cut through the garment, revealing the applique fabric below, resulting in a stunning, eye-catching look.
The process is quick and simple using the SEIT Textile Laser Bridge, but is nearly impossible to duplicate using any other method or process. Truly a one-of-kind Laser technique.
ETCHING is another cutting-edge apparel decoration technique that is exclusive to laser technology. Images are "etched" into a garment by removing a small layer of fabric using the precision of the SEIT Textile Laser Bridge. The final product is a detailed, three-dimensional design.
Etching is the perfect solution for creating full-size designs, as large areas can be accurately etched in literally seconds. And of course the result is totally different from any other application in the market.
Traditional appliqué is a labor intensive time-consuming process involving cutting, positioning and fastening. The SEIT textile laser bridge eliminates all of those steps for a hassle-free process that is quicker and more precise than ever before.
SEIT laser engraved designs bring a fresh new look to the decorated apparel marketplace. The SEIT Lasers quickly etches high-value complex and photographic designs into a wide variety of fabrics. Full size images take only seconds to produce. No ink, thread, backing or appliqué fabric, textile laser engraving is one of the most profitable embellishment processes ever created.