Presentation binding adds that finished look to your training manual or presentation. We always use a clear PVC cover on the from with a card back.
Encapsulation will help with the longevity of your printed item and will also keep it watertight. A4 and A3 are regular size encapsulations but we can encapsulate 1500mm wide if needed.
With both matt and gloss lamination available from A6 to 1500mm wide. We laminate our business cards with matt lamination as standard
The best way to glue up notepads and NCR (no carbon required) sets. We use a premium clear padding glue which gives all our pads a smooth finish.
A row of small holes punched in a sheet of paper so that a part can be torn off easily. Perforation is used on tickets, estimate sheets, invoice pads and any other item that requires you to remove a section for retaining or returning.
Fanapart glue is a specialized glue. It is required for carbonless invoice sets commonly known as NCR (no carbon required) The glue only reacts with the carbon side of the sheet, gluing them into sets.
We print A4, A5, A6 and DL booklets. We use and in-line booklet finishing machine, which folds staples and trims the trailing edge for a profession end product. All booklets over 16 pages will be finished with a square spine.
Block Foiling your print will give you a finish to be admired. Create the right impression when your image is being assessed with hot foil. This process can be used on most printed items like invitation, letterheads, business cards to name a few.
In essence, it is a special raised gloss finish that can be applied to specific areas on your print work to make it stand out. The UV varnish can be applied to just your logo, or perhaps some specific text to really make it pop! This will create a contrast between the paper stock and the shine of the varnish.
We fold letters leaflets and flyers on a regular basis. We offer half fold, z-fold, c-fold and gate folds as standard. For example: a z-fold or c-fold will take an A4 210mm x 297mm to DL 210mm x 100mm
Scoring / Creasing
This process is required when folding paper/card above 160gsm. A scoring blade makes an indentation on the fold line. this is needed to prevent the stock cracking when folded.
Embossing & Debossing
Embossing and debossing are the processes of creating either raised or recessed relief images and designs in paper and other materials. An embossed pattern is raised against the background, while a debossed pattern is sunken into the surface of the material.