Our flatbed cutting and creasing machines are capable of producing a variety of operations including kiss-cutting, die cutting, creasing, perforating and embossing.
Embossing is a technique for creating a raised pattern on material, whereas debossing creates a concave effect.
Foiling is often used in magazine publishing, packaging, book covers, event invites, business cards or social stationery.
Lamination is the process of applying a thin layer of plastic film to paper or card sheets to enhance and protect the printed matter.
Special effect finishes can be used to create and enhance eye-catching designs but they truly come into their own when creating tactility.
A varnish sometimes called a coating or a finish is often combined with other decorative effects to enhance printed materials.