Emboss and deboss
This is a method of pressing an image into paper or card to create a three dimensional design.
Embossing provides a raised image out of the paper, whereas debossing produces a sunken image.
Duplex and Triplex
Duplexing and Triplexing are print techniques which can be used to bind sheets together. Duplex binds two sheets, whereas triplex binds three.
This method can be used to make a single side of a card embossed or debossed.
Edge Colouring is a process wherein colour is applied to the edge of a business card or invitation.
This process can be carried out in any colour, including metallics and more brighter tones.
Foil Blocking is a process which allows us to offer not only a metallic finish but also an array of colours including clear to more vibrant tones, delivering a truly special finish.
Thermography is a process where heat is used to affix a material to the paper or card and produce a raised printing.
Using specialised design software, you can achieve a clean and unique product which can be applied to business cards, letterheads, brochures, invitations and wedding stationery - to name a few.
We have a variety of binding options for documents, including wire-o-binding, plastic spiral binding, stitched and pad gluing. Sheets can also be stapled, two or four hole drilled plus we can add page numbers and strap-lines to documents.
bespoke binders & lever arch files
Ring binders and lever arch files can be made in a variety of sizes and colours, and customised to your brand.
Internally, you can use a variety of ring mechanisms, such as two hole or four hole, and you can add additional pockets to the spine, front or inside to suit your design.
Capacity folders can be produced from a depth of 5 millimetres upwards depending on the documents it will hold.
Pockets can be added to either the front or back, and include business card slots