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.
We’re proud to offer many food safe print finishes having been awarded a AA BRC certification – the leading product safety and quality certification for retail suppliers.
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.