Embroidery is a long-lasting branding option, giving a classic yet refined look. In 1979 Eurostyle imported the very first electronic embroidery machine into Ireland, and to this day we are proud to still lead the way in embroidery services. Our in-house embroidery team use a number of multi-head machines which give the very best quality of embroidery available. Because we offer in house embroidery, our service is unparalleled in the industry. Every logo is sampled and sent to the customer for approval. To ensure this process remains as convenient as possible for you, once we have created the embroidery logo, it stays here on file for all future uses.


Screen printing is a versatile form of printing on garments, withan endless number of ink colours available. Each colour you choose is separated into different layers, with each layer printed onto separated clear films.These films are then secured onto a screen, which are used to transfer your logo to the garment. Utilising the most advanced screen printing technology, this method delivers outstanding quality every time.


Laser engraving is an extremely accurate computer-controlled process. Because it is a non-contact process, it means fragile materials can be engraved where previously this was impossible.Laser engraving of promotional gifts is still regarded as an innovative form of branding and has proven to leave a lasting impression. It offers exceptional logo quality on wood, acrylic, metal, plastic or glass.


Pad printing is the process of printing a 2-D image onto a 3-D item. It makes the job of printing your logo on previously impossible to brand items easy, such as pens, golf balls and electronics. Print pads made of silicone rubber mould themselves to any given object, seamlessly transferring the print onto the object. We partner with Titleist, who pad print every golf ball, giving a superb finish and quick turn-around time.


Learn more on the process of pad printing in the below video by Titleist:



Sublimation printing is a method that uses heat-sensitive inks, with these inks turning into gas under the influence of the heat, combining with the garment. Garment sublimation has been around for a long time but is now back in focus and widely used in sports garments and caps. The sublimation process only works on garments made of 100% polyester and thus is suited to sports clothing/jerseys.Multiple logos and designs can be applied in various colours all at once in one single process and the nature of sublimation means that the printed garments are never heavy or thick. The print is extremely durable as the ink becomes part of the structure of the material. There is no cracking/peeling of logos or designs – even after multiple washings.