Custom Finish

Die Cutting

Die Cutting Die-Cuts refer to areas on the printed piece that are either partially or completely cut. A die is made of a steel blade that is used to punch out the desired shapes. Examples of die-cuts would be door hangers, a window on a report cover or custom shapes.

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Foiling & Embossing

Foil Stamping Foil stamping is the application of foil (a special film-backed material) to paper. A heated die is stamped onto the foil, pressing it into the paper and leaving the design of the die on the stock. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3 dimensional image. Foils are…

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Thermography

Thermography, or raised printing, involves a special powder which is added to the ink during printing. It is then heated (baked in an oven) until the powder and ink dry to form a raised effect on the paper. The biggest difference between thermography and flat printing is in the shine & texture that can be…

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Offset Printing

Offset printing is a technique where an inked image is transferred (offset) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printed surface. Advantages of offset printing are consistent high quality images and text, color matching, and paper choices. You have the ability to utilize the special services we offer – thermography, embossing, foiling…

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UV Coating

UV Coating is a process whereby a polymer resin changes from a liquid to a solid with an ultraviolet light source. It protects the underlying material and makes your piece more durable. Commonly used for postcards and rack cards. Available in gloss or soft touch (suede like texture).

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Digital Printing

Digital Printing

Digital printing is a full color option using CMYK values rather than spot colors. There is no need for a press plate (used in offset printing). This allows for a faster turnaround time and varying quantities. We produce brochures, business cards, notepads, postcards and much more in vibrant color or black and white.

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