Besides the wide range of products we offer, we also have several types of services and finishes at your disposal.
Don’t have a logo for your brand? Talk to us, tell us what you would like and leave the rest to our graphic design team who, in addition to designing your logo, will also create the base stationary for your brand, namely envelopes, letter sheets and business cards.
Often underestimated, prepress is a fundamental process for achieving the desired end result.
This process requires great technical, theoretical and practical “know how” of all the elements involved in the printing process and a careful look at detail, as only in this stage it is possible to detect and prevent results that do not meet the customer’s requirements.
It is in the prepress phase that problems or errors are detected, such as images with insufficient resolution, changed fonts, absence of cut-off margin (bleed), inadequate color definitions, among many other problems that compromise the final result.
A quality graphic work is not only the result of good prepress and printing process, but also the consequence of a rigorous finish. This is called post-printing process and it is exactly at this stage that the final product is perfected.
We have a wide variety of finishes that will definitely add value to your product.
Contrary to offset printing, in digital printing it is not necessary to record a plate or matrix so that the image is then transferred to the physical support (paper) because, in this process, the computer data is directly transferred to the paper via the digital printer.
Digital printing, compared to offset, is substantially faster and is most recommended for short runs (small production volumes).
Is the printing process commonly used for large runs.
In this process, the printer transfers one color at a time to metal plates, then the colors are transferred to rubber rollers through which the paper is passed, creating layers that will originate the final image.
This printing process has multiple advantages, especially the quality and clarity of the image and the guarantee that the final colors will exactly match the colors you saw in the digital file when it was created on the computer.
Another great advantage has to do with the fact that offset allows the printing of almost all materials, from business cards, presentation folders, posters, calendars, and packaging.
Last but not least, due to the economy of scale that this printing process allows, the unit cost of production is by definition lower. This means that, if there is a need to carry out a large volume of prints, offset printing will, by far, be more cost effective.
Embossed printing allows you to highlight an image or a logo so that when you run your hand over a card or sheet of paper, you can feel the protruded element you wanted to highlight, be it a logo, a graphic detail, a signature, etc.
This process enables you to differentiate your product as it gives it an unusual and exquisite texture.
The dispatch of the products ordered by our clients is also quite important for us and an integral part of our service policy. Through quantitative and qualitative verification, we make sure that what we are going to ship corresponds exactly to what our client asked us to do.
The way we prepare and package the works to be shipped reflects our concern to ensure that our customers receive their products in impeccable conditions.