We've all seen them. Some of us have used them...
Lanyards are one of the most cost effective ways to promote your brand.
Wrist band lanyards are great for keeping track of all those keys and key fobs at work..
The most popular use for a Custom Lanyard is for securing ID badges and cards, when at conferences and trade shows.
Our customized Lanyards can hold identification cards, keys, badges, mobile phone or anything you like. They have been widely used by businesses, trade shows, schools, hospitals, special events, conventions, reunions and many recreational activities.
At Pinsncrests we have many different types of Custom Lanyards. And different materials and process's to choose from, these include. Nylon, Polyester, Tubular Nylon, Satin and many other materials.
Dye sublimated printing, Silk screening, Woven and Embroidered are some of the process's used in making a neck strap lanyard.
Don't worry if you're not sure which process is best for your lanyard. That's where we come in !
Proud Custom Lanyard supplier to the 2022 BC Winter Games.
Give us a shout to find out more about which lanyard type is best for your organization.
Also be sure to check out the various other products that we offer. Including embroidered crests and enamel lapel pins
Dye-sublimated lanyards are a popular type of lanyard that is created using a printing process known as dye-sublimation. The process involves printing the design onto a transfer paper using special dye-sublimation ink, which is then transferred onto the lanyard material through heat and pressure.
Here are the steps involved in making dye-sublimated lanyards:
- Design creation: The design for the lanyard is first created using graphic design software like Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw. The design can include text, logos, and other graphics.
- Printing onto transfer paper: The design is then printed onto a special transfer paper using dye-sublimation ink. This ink is unique because it turns into a gas when heated, rather than a liquid.
- Preparing the lanyard material: The lanyard material is typically made of polyester, nylon, or a similar synthetic material. The material is cut into the desired length and width, and any necessary attachments (such as a metal clip) are added.
- Heat transfer: The transfer paper is placed onto the lanyard material, and the two are placed into a heat press. The press applies heat and pressure to the transfer paper, causing the dye-sublimation ink to turn into a gas and penetrate the surface of the lanyard material.
- Cooling and finishing: After a few seconds, the heat press is opened, and the transfer paper is removed. The lanyard material is allowed to cool before any final finishing touches, such as trimming any loose threads or adding a safety breakaway.
The resulting dye-sublimated lanyard has a high-quality, full-color design that is durable and long-lasting. This process is commonly used to create lanyards for events, conferences, schools, and businesses.
Stock Material Colors
These are our stock lanyard colr profiles. Custom colors are available following Pantone color profiles.
Looking for accessories like custom attachment options, id card holders and other bit's and bobs...
We've got them all.
One important accessory to consider when planning your lanyard. Is the addition of a "Breakaway" clasp.
The breakaway is designed to release to prevent injury when the lanyard is under excessive strain .
Another type of lanyard to consider is a badge reel lanyard. This style allows the id card or keys to be extended from the lanyard without removing them from the lanyard or from having to remove the lanyard from your neck. When not in use the reel recoils the keys back to the end of the lanyard
Carabiner Trigger snaps and Carabiners are a great way of attaching an existing key chain to your lanyard. Without having to remove all of the keys from your key ring. A buckle is added to the lanyard so that you can remove your keys when needed. Without removing the strap from your neck every time.