Going 3D: World Emblem Launches DomeX

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Going 3D: World Emblem Launches DomeX

Iron Chef Morimoto (in Chef Works FlexStyle) with Triple D's Guy Fieri

World Emblem, a developer of decorations for apparel and merchandise, has launched its DomeX technology, which offers brands a variety of colors and textures, including a 3D visual effect, within the same emblem. DomeX is part of the company’s signature FlexStyle series, which includes new emblem technologies that create a high-end look for a several applications.

DomeX joins DecoX as two of the most recent technologies to come out of World Emblem’s in-house R&D department. Both are created via a special process that bonds multiple materials together to create a piece that has the look of a 3D textured emblem, but also  physical flexibility and versatility for various applications. The materials can also adhere to many different types of surface including fabrics, glass, wood, metal, plastic, papers and more. 

A DecoX emblem resembles a traditional embroidered logo, but offers higher level of detail that makes colors and textures more visible to create a vibrant look. It comes in matte and metallic finishes. 

An emblem created with DomeX technology has a shinier finish and creates a 3D effect that also can be applied to various types of apparel and merchandise. Apparel companies that have used FlexStyle on their apparel include ChefWorks and Aramark.