High-pressure stamping using an engraved plate which deposits the gilding on the paper.
A technique that combines hot stamping and embossing in a single operation.
A gilding film or tint is applied to the edge of the paper to create a solid print area.
A technique that consists of creating a pattern in raised or recessed relief on a substrate.
The digital alternative to a traditional selective varnish or hot stamping. It can highlight certain elements and create amazing 3D visual and sensory effects.
A protective plastic layer that can be shiny, matt, soft-touch, or scratch-resistant.
Stencil printing on almost all substrates with UV curing.
A binding with two staples fixed on the spine of the document holding the folded sheets in a booklet.
Binding with two staples fixed flat on the closed side of a document.
Durable and highly adhesive PolyUrethane Reactive glue adheres the different pages of a document forming a block with a square spine.
Saddle stitching with loop-shaped staples designed for documents stored in binders.
Spiral binding enables you to have a document with 360° page rotation.
This process, often called Chinese Binding, allows for a perfect 180° panoramic visual without an unsightly fold.
The inner block of the book consists of signatures which are individually sewn, assembled, bound, and glued together to form the final document.
A binding where the thread of the sewn signatures, sometimes coloured for decorative purposes, is visible since the spine is left exposed.
The hardcover of the book is formed by mounting the chosen material on thick cardboard, the edges are then folded, and glued.
A small strip of fabric that fits on both ends of the spine of a bound book to provide structural reinforcement and a decorative effect.
A ribbon attached to the binding of a book and used to mark a page.
A cut-out carried out on the edges of several pages making it easier to search for a heading or a section.
Each page is folded in half and bound on the side opposite the fold.
Binding is done with a sewing machine with small, visible stitches on the fold or flat side of the brochure.
Marking a groove on paper above a certain grammage to facilitate folding without breaking.
The laser enables the precise cutting of a complex shape on a small surface.
Series of very small holes that permits the pre-cutting of paper.
Mounting two or more sheets of paper of identical or different colours together, to obtain a rigid and sometimes decorative substrate.
Enables the engraving or cutting of complex shapes in papers of different grammage directly from a vector file.
HP INDIGO 12000HD
HP INDIGO 7900
LARGE FORMAT PRINTING
Case making machine
Casing in machine
GILDING / EMBOSSING
Automatic 3-sided cutting machines
Automatic cutting machines
Creasing / Folding