How to Choose on Custom Jobs and Digital Printing Services

 

The assortment which you can choose to print your materials with varies in so many ways, each producing a different and distinct שירות לקוחות בדיגיטל result. This can range from digital printing services, to offset printing, and wide-format printing to name a few.

These are standard printing services that are offered by many commercial printing companies. However, there is more to printing than what you know. There are custom-finishing jobs that would make your prints look and feel richer.

So if you want more out of your prints, then couple your printing options with other custom-finishing jobs. Imitate those intricate designs and patterns without the trouble. Incorporate all the details you want and you can easily ask your printer to do it for you.

Do it for any of your printing projects, from business card, postcards, greeting cards, and folders just to name a few. You can make that impressive print that you want without going through so much trouble. You can let your printer worry about that.

Custom Jobs

Go beyond digital printing services and acquire these custom jobs that will create a myriad of possibilities for you and your projects. Astound your readers and audiences and do it with highly-unique and colorful prints.

  1. Letterpress

If you want a detail that you readers can see and feel with their hands, the letterppress easily does that for you. As one of the oldest form of printing, it actually produces images and text that are rich with detail. The letters are raised a bit while distinctly recreating a texturized feel to your print.

  1. Die Cutting

Die cutting can be done to shape your prints other than the rectangular or square shape you always end up with. It can form basic shapes such as triangles or circles for starters and be used to create business cards slots as well.

Aside from these things, die cutting makes it possible to carve out your card in the distinct patterns you want, aside from hearts or diamonds. With today’s technology, you can shape your cards to the outline of your own design and images as well. The borders can be cut to hug the details of your image.

With laser die cut, you can easily create intricate and more detailed shapes, patterns, holes and more. You need not limit yourself for you can place cut-out designs on your prints as well – just like lace patterns on your prints.

  1. Themography

Thermography is a type of raised printing done to give your texts a rich and raised effect. This is done without putting any stress on your paper.

Your name can have that rich feel with this process where resin are sprayed on wet areas which needs the raised ink effect. It is then slowly melted and dried so you have a clean and detailed print.

  1. Foil Stamping

If you want more color on your print more than your CMYK offset printing can produce, then go for foil stamping. Add colors that range from gold to pearlized inks.

Businesses use it to render a more formal yet eye-catching detail on business cards, applying it on logos or even names. But more than this, it produces great contrast with your text and design. The reflective and rich colors of gold, silver, copper, nickel and bronze can do it for your print projects.

 

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