Graphic Design – Consists of general layout or the complete design of your marketing material. Whether formed on your idea or created from scratch, our full design services are at your disposal.
Digital Printing – The use of a digital press to print directly from a file to computer to paper. Uses toner or waterless ink.
Offset Printing – Uses offset inks, prints to a blanket cylinder and then impresses the image into the paper.
Folding – Several folding options are available for most items. Z folds, tri-folds, half folds and more.
Cutting – Using an industrial cutter we can cut a wide array of papers and many different sizes.
Scoring – Scoring is used to create creases in the paper for folding by hand. It is very useful to fold thick cover stock when machine folding is unavailable.
Perforating – Perforating creates small holes in the paper for a tear-away option for some printed items. Very useful for raffle tickets, coupons and other items.
Numbering – Used to number sheets for raffle tickets, discount coupons and other items.
Saddle Stitching – Uses staples in the center of a sheet along the fold. Commonly used for multiple page books and newsletters.
Hole Drilling – Holes can be drilled into the paper to fit into binders or other items.
Padding – Combining paper with a chipboard backing and gluing together to create pads.
Collating – Placing printed pages in a particular order to prepare for finishing.
Book Binding – The type of binding depends largely on the number of pages and the size of the book. Some common types are gbc, wire and perfect binding.