Laminating is the process of providing a plastic coating to printed material and gluing the two together using an adhesive. It is particularly useful for clients who have printed items that they want colleagues or customers to keep for long periods of time as the lamination helps to extend the shelf life of the item. Laminating is a service we can provide in-house, thereby speeding up delivery for clients and keeping costs to a minimum.
The embossing process is an imprint method that uses heat and pressure instead of ink or foil to stamp a design directly into the stock of your binder. This creates a raised effect (or in the case of debossing an indented effect) that can be both seen and felt.
Embossing takes place after your binder has been printed with ink, but before any finishing effects like foil stamping or spot coating has taken place. This gives you a number of design options for incorporating embossed elements. You can make printed elements look three-dimensional or let the embossing itself take center stage.
Die cutting is a manufacturing process used to generate large numbers of the same shape from a material such as wood, plastic, metal, or fabric. The process is widely used on an assortment of materials all over the world, and many manufactured products contain several die cut components, often assembled together in a series of steps to create a finished product.
Die cutting is the process that cuts out non-square shapes from sheets of paper using a cutting former.
The cutting former is made from plywood with the cutting template laser cut into it. A metal cutting rule is then bent to the same shape and inserted into the plywood base to create a very stable cutting tool.
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