||Lamination is the application of a plastic film which adds a layer of protection to your printing. Matt laminate is a soft, smooth finish that adds a luxurious and elegant finish.
||Lamination is the application of a plastic film which adds a layer of protection to your printing. Gloss laminate is a shiny, highly reflective finish that lifts colours and photos.
||Spot UV is a screen printed high gloss finish which can be applied to selected spots to enhance or highlight the printing. Spot UV can run to bleed.
|Raised Spot UV
||Raised Spot UV is as above, but is a high build, textured finish which can also run to bleed.
||Hot stamp foiling is the process of imprinting a highly shiny foil onto the surface of your printing. Available in Silver or Gold in our ganged matt laminated print runs, or contact us for a bespoke quote if a different colour or stock option is required.
||Add a metallic ink to your print work with either PMS 877 Silver or PMS 871 Gold. A cheaper alternative to foiling, the metallic inks reflect light to give your printing a distinctive sheen.
||Available on any of our business card options, round cornering is the process of die cutting the normally square corners to give them a curved appearance. 11 different dies are available to suit a variety of sizes.
||Scoring is the process of creasing card stocks to allow for easy folding, and to reduce cracking on the folds.
||Perforation is a series of punched holes in a direct line. Perforate a variety of different paper or card stocks to allow the stock to be torn or folded easier.
||Die cutting is a method of cutting your card or paper stock into a specific shape using a metal cutting knife. We already have 19 different types of presentation folder dies ready to use - or contact us for a quote on a specific die required for your project.