With embroidery companies becoming more discerning and demanding of their digitisers as they look to offer the best, and most varied products they can, David Sharp has gone the extra mile to ensure it can offer them exactly what they want.
Service is the word
UK embroidery design house David Sharp continues to be at the forefront of design quality, but that’s not enough. It’s not okay to just provide a customer with a design file and let them get on with it; David Sharp’s customers want and deserve the full package.
From advice and stitch count quotes prior to set up, to an unrivalled aftercare support, the team looks after its customers throughout.
This year David Sharp has been making sure its service is as good as it can be, with extra designers available on the phones and email just when you need them. It’s this that the company feels has unlocked a new kind of customer base. David Sharp specialises in helping those new (and old) into the industry. It can be pretty daunting purchasing an embroidery machine and starting up, but it doesn’t have to be.
With the team’s wealth of industry knowledge and friendly advice and care those new to the game can be boldly go forth into the embroidery and workwear market with confidence. Not only do David Sharp’s designs look better they actually increase your machine efficiency. The company is careful to design to limit trims and prevent thread breaks – meaning machines spends less time stopping and starting increasing your productivity.
There’s a whole range of techniques and products available to you to help you get the best out of your customer’s logos. With increasing popularity in 3D Embroidery (the process of creating raised embroidery with body builder foam) it’s really not just for fashion wear. It’s an easy and affordable, and with the correct embroidery design, it’s a great way to add some punch to your caps and workwear.
Appliqué (the process of incorporating material pieces into embroidery) is also becoming popular in workwear and not just in fashion pieces. It’s a great way to create a large filled embroidery without the huge stitch count.
David Sharp can also help you get the best out of new products that are available such as the AFS (Automatic Frame System) from Madeira. Allowing you to turn your embroidery machine into an embroidered badge making machine – for when you only want a couple of badges.
Did you know David Sharp also sells woven and embroidered badges?
Embroidered and woven badges are fast becoming a handy resource for large and small embroidery companies alike.
With margins tightening for most, badges provide a great way to optimise the output of your embroidery machine and production hours. Coming to you fully finished and ready to apply to the garment (or just pass along to your client), it saves masses amount of time.
Applying in just minutes with ease, often meaning you don’t need to wait for that high stitch count crest to finish sewing out. Reducing the stress on the garment and offering more comfort to the wearer, perhaps that’s why Premier league clubs such as Arsenal opt for badges on their football kits.
With prices starting from as little as 19p per badge, and the David Sharp quality as standard, why not come and see us on stand H64 at Printwear & Promotion LIVE! to see for yourself.
With quality and service along with David Sharp’s very competitive pricing why not find out the reason so many are jumping on board.