Custom Embroidered Patches
You were searching for Embroidery Services Philippines or Embroidery Factory in the Philippines and that is why you found CAZH. Our production facility for embroidery started in 1975 making our staff have many decades of combined experience. The machines that we have are combination of German, China, and Japan made embroidery machines. Direct to fabric embroidery services are only open to those who will be purchasing the garment from us as our priority is to ensure the productivity in both our textile and garments facilities. Our Embroidered patches manufacturing however is open for everyone to avail. If your goal for your company is to have the best quality of embroidery get in touch with us
Embroidery Factory in Action
Play the video here to see how our machines work. This video was shot in one of our facilities in Manila, Philippines. Some of our machines can embroider 20, 50, and 100 pieces all at the same time. We set an MOQ of 500 pieces per embroidered patches however because the installation of thread may take 2 to 4 hours. Thus, for us to give competitive rates to clients a minimum order quantity has to be applied.
Embroidered Patches Portfolio
Featured here are some of the product we have produced for both SMEs, Corporations, and Marketing agents within and outside the Philippines
How are Embroidered Patches or Custom Embroideries Made?
Everything has to start with the design. When the customer has a design, that design has to be tendered to the Embroidery Factory (that would be us from Cazh). The design has to be given however in a manner that all of the details visible. Otherwise, we will not be able to get all of the details that needs to be taken into account.
Embroidery Prices depends on the Number of Stitches a Design Needs
This is why it is so important for the client to give both the size and the high resolution image or soft copy of their design. The size and the image enables our programmer to determine the number of stitches that a certain design will be or needs to be having.
Once we have received the size and high resolution image of the design our programmer will then be tracing the design and start redesigning it for the embroidery process. This part of the process is very tedious and it will take a lot of time. The two images on the right are examples of the end results of embroidery programming. You will see there how stitches were positioned, organized to create a certain image. For those of you who were curious where our client used the design we used as a sample the design was used for a respected construction company’s corporate jackets.
We have designated area for our sampling. Each finished program however, has to line up as we follow a first come first served policy. The finished sample will be compared to the customer’s design’s soft copy. Once we see it good enough we will then show it to the client for approval
Embroidery Mass Production
The Mass Production of Embroidery or Embroidery Patches will only commence after the approval of the sample. In the event that the sample is not yet approved we would need to re-do the sample until it the client says the result is highly satisfactory and they are already ready to proceed to production. It also means that the longer the client approved the samples and or they keep on changing their minds, the more they have to wait before we start with production.
Installing thread per machine may take 2 to 4 hours pending on the complexity of the design and the number of colours that a certain image will be having. This is one of the reasons why mass manufacturers love accepting orders with big volume. Because big orders will keep the factory from running longer as we do not need to keep on installing thread. More productivity for the manufacturers means more savings for the clients too.
This include the cutting of fabric to be embroidered in and placing it on a round clip that will stretch the fabric where the design has to be placed. After that, the clipped fabric would then need to be placed on the machine in a proper manner. This process also cost time and attention of not just the machines but also human beings.
Cutting and quality control
Once the fabric has already been embroidered it will then be taken out from the plastic round clipper and will head for quality control and cleaning. The embroidery will be cleaned up and quality controlled using a specific type of scissors that must only be operated by employees with skilled hands.