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From Business Cards to NCR Books and everything in between we can have it printed.

Once we have your branding sorted we can then get all your printing needs sorted too. I work with the best trade printers in Australia to deliver quality printed products within budget. If you already have your items designed we can still print those too.

There is too many items & possible variations to list them all.
Eg. Gloss, Matt, Embossed, Special Size, Rounded Corners, Spot UV, Metallic Print etc Massive range of paper/card stock options to choose from.

So if its not listed but can be printed….just ask 🙂

Business Cards

Letterheads/WCS

Flyers/Brochures

NCR/Docket Books

Postcards/Thank You Cards

Envelopes

Presentation Folders

Packaging

Labels

Note Pads

Invitations

 

 

Methods

Printing Options

Gloss or Matt Celloglaze

Celloglazing gives a professional look and feel to the finished product by adhering a thin sheet of film using heat and pressure.

It offers protection, strength and rigidness to your print project allowing it to be more durable.

Gloss celloglaze gives a high gloss, shiny, reflective finish.

Matt celloglaze gives a non-reflective, satiny, soft and tactile quality to your print job for an understated yet high end look. 

Foil

Foil printing is a speciality printing process that uses heat, pressure and metallic paper (foil). Foil printing gives the focus area an incredible look. 

Foil printing is an easy way to give your products that extra WOW factor!

Foil is often used on premium print print items, like invitations, business cards, reports and letterheads to achieve a product that stands out. Starting with the traditional gold, silver and rose gold foils, the range has expanded greatly to include over 40 different shiny coloured foils!

Paper Stock and Weight

Stock – The most common paper stock types are coated and uncoated. Coated paper stocks are great for brochures, catalogs, postcards, etc. Whereas uncoated paper stocks are often used for business cards, letterheads, invitations, etc.

Weight – The term ‘GSM’ stands for ‘Grams per square metre’. The higher the GSM, the heavier the paper will be. For example 80gsm is what you buy as your standard printer paper. Business cards are usually printed on 310gsm or 420gsm, just to give you an idea on the thickness difference.

Special Sizes and Rounded Corners

Size – Rectangular or square? Smaller than standard or much bigger? The choice is yours. This is another way to stand out!

Rounded CornersOne big reason why people choose rounded business cards is that they can look more elegant, the lack of edges mean they won’t get folded and will continue to look smooth and polished for longer. You can also choose to only round specific corners and at different sizes.