We provide digital and offset printing. From magazines and name cards, to bags and brochures, we can print it.
Send us your desired artwork along with your requirements and we will get back to you.
Below is a list of binding styles which we are able to provide, if you require something different than those listed below, please contact us.
Laminating is a durable film that is applied over the stock. This finishing will be more evident on business cards and covers. Matt or Gloss Lamination, the most popular and cost effective to use. It prevents ink from scuffing and present in a laminated touch.
Varnish – a kind of ink which helps to seal the solid background on finished printed sheets which a coating is applied, mainly to seal ink on the finished press sheets.
UV Coating is a liquid form process, which almost finishes like laminating. It can be applied to specific areas or images on a sheet to create highlighted finishes.
Various paper sizes can be folded to suit these different folds.
eg. A3 can be folded in half to be A4, or A4 can be folded to become a 6-page DL.
No. No matter how well your monitor may be calibrated, the way colours shown on a monitor using RGB (red, green, blue) is very different to the way colours are printed in inks. This also applies on digital printing. Another consideration will be the type of stock, it will have an additional effect on the final result. For example, uncoated stock will make the colours look darker due to the spread or dot gain. Pearlish material will affect the view at different angles. The colours will vary especially on different lightings.