Print Production (Thermography (A printing technique in which a wet ink…
A printing technique in which a wet ink image is fused by heat or infrared radiation with a resinous powder to produce a raised impression.
The fastening of individual sheets together, and decorative processes such as die-stamping, embossing or laminating.
Scoring and Perforating
Is a machine to help crease your documents for folding and
It consists in the arrangement of the printed product's pages on the printer's sheet, in order to obtain faster printing, simplify binding and reduce paper waste.
Using a die to shear webs of low-strength materials, such as rubber, fibre, foil, cloth, paper, corrugated fibreboard, paperboard, plastics, foam and sheet metal.
Folding paper in a certain direction to produce an effective info graphic or display.
Popular book binding method in which folded sheets are gathered together one inside the other and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples.
Created by stamping or drawing images onto card stock or paper with heat-embossing-friendly ink, then covering the inked area with special powder that melts when heat is applied with a heat gun or heat tool.
Clear ink that can make the paper to have a gloss, satin or matte texture.
Typically a commercial printing process, is the application of metallic or pigmented foil on to a solid surface by application of a heated die onto foil, making it permanently adhere to the surface below leaving the design of the dye.