• Foil & Embossed labels / seals • General Stationery • Receipt-, delivery- and Invoice books • Branding of diaries / notebooks.
Also known as foil printing, is a specialised printing technique whereby a thin metallic film or foil, is impressed onto a document. The process makes use of metal dies, combined with heat and pressure, to permanently bond the foil to paper, leather, pvc and other products.
Are the processes of creating either raised or recessed relief images and designs in paper and other materials. An embossed pattern is raised against the background, while a debossed pattern is sunken into the surface of the material.
Is commonly used on paper products such as; business cards, invites, letterheads. Whereas debossing is done on leather products, diaries and notebooks.
Is done by pressing a sheet of paper (or other substrate) into a female die, that has a design engraved or etched into it. This is usually done with a male counterpart underneath the paper, so that the paper is sandwiched between the two and the design / image is permanently transferred to paper.
Is the process of cutting paper or material to a custom shape and size. The cutting-die is created by using sharp steel blades which is formed into the desired shape.