Mugs. Tuesday , September 25th , 2018 - 07:10:20 AM
So you have decided on a type of mug and the printing process to use. The next step is to send over the artwork and get a sample sent back. Up until recently some mugs were still made in the UK. But now nearly all are made in China. Typically the UK based printer will hold a stock of these Chinese mugs. So the process starts by sending the artwork in electronic form, usually in EPS (encapsulated postscript) format to the printer. The printer will be able to return an electronic sample (an electronically generated picture of the mug with the logo in situ) by the end of the day for approval sign-off. If the sample is approved then delivery can normally be taken within 10 working days. Delivery within the week can be achieved for urgent or express jobs. Occasionally the customer will ask for a physical sample. This is possible, but will incur extra cost and time delays.
Nearly all thermal mugs are made of plastic or stainless steel, although there are glass and ceramic thermal mugs available. For travel though, it's best to stick with the first two types. Plastic mugs are generally less expensive, but have some drawbacks. Plastic tends to retain the flavor of whatever you have in it, so if you use your coffee mug for a different beverage, it may give it a bit of a coffee taste. Stainless steel doesn't have this problem (at least if you clean your mug regularly!), so if you plan on using your thermal mug for more than one type of beverage, stainless steel is the way to go. Plastic is difficult to break, but overall isn't as durable as stainless steel, so a plastic mug may not last as long. Although usually a bit more expensive, stainless steel thermal mugs are generally best. One exception to this is if you tend to lose your mug. In this case, a cheaper plastic mug is probably the best choice!
At this moment you may want to think about how much coffee you will be drinking between refills. Do you need a large 20 oz mug, or will a 12 oz travel mug suffice? Just remember that the more the heavier. Think heat! Is hot coffee your cup of tea? The slower you sip your coffee, the more insulated of a travel mug you'll require. The less surface area a mug has the better job insulation can perform. So a short insulated travel mug is generally going to maintain coffee warm longer than a tall slim mug. The problem with a squatty mug is it may not fit in your car's cup holder.
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