This means providing a behind-the-scenes service to other graphic design and paper converting companies that rely on our printing services only, providing us with the cardboard, paper and files.
With this technique, the matrix (the planographic plate) does not come into direct contact with the surface but transfers the image to an internal rubber stamp. Being compressible, this stamp also adapts to rough surfaces.
We print 6 colours + In-line Acrylic Varnishes or 6 colours + In-line UV Varnishes or even 5 colours with relative effects and final varnishing.
It is a modern system for creating in-line gloss/matte effects. The basic principle lies in a chemical reaction between two paints.
Yes, through the same principle of repulsion between different materials, a similar effect can be obtained with glossy and opaque acrylic paints, with a result that is softer but equally as nice.
In addition to paper, we print on silver or gold plasticised materials, as well as on PVC, PET and PPL.
Cold Foil involves the transfer of a metallic foil in gold or silver colour through the offset process.
For optimal processing, it is preferable that the surface is be already glossy. It is also possible to apply this treatment to natural papers with a UV process, albeit with a lower gloss than with a coated substrate.
No, Cold Foil does not add thickness or relief following the process itself.
Yes, Cold Foil allows overprinting, which takes place through a four-colour offset process or with pantone colours, thus allowing an infinite range of tones.