Here are the most common materials used for lanyards. All but the lanyard cord is sold with an optional custom imprinted design. Lanyard materials are typically purchased on rolls or spools and then cut to a specific length. For neck lanyards the cut length is typically 36" yielding a 17" finished length. Material can be manually cut for small production or automated for larger runs. Synthetic materials such as nylon and polyester are best cut using a hot knife. The heat from the knife acts to seal the cut ends and prevents fraying.
Dye sublimation produces the best quality and should be considered for anyone who requires more than one imprint color on both sides.»Learn more!
This style is the perfect combination of low cost and high quality. It is perfectly suited to screen printed designs and allows you to pull off just about anything you can think of. There are many options with this style.»Learn more!
These nylon printed lanyards are tough, but very smooth. This is the perfect material for screen printing highly detailed logos.»Learn more!
For our woven lanyards we first start with a high quality material that is the same used in our polyester lanyards. Instead of silk screening, however, we take multiple colors and use your logo and text to make the lanyard, similar to the way patches are made.»Learn more!
Lanyards made from polyester are among the least expensive custom imprinted lanyards available. The material is available in 3/8" (shoelace) and 5/8" (budget). Hot stamping and dye sublimation are the methods used for printing this material.»Learn more!