Printing and finishing
Digital and offset printing
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Paper selection and application possibilities
Not all paper is the same. Colour, structure and especially weight determine the intended use. Thicker paper is perceived as being of higher quality, but often generates additional costs during further processing. That's why we match the production process and the substrate exactly.
The "Ready to Print" gives the starting signal for print production. It is important that we get the same result today but also in a year's time. We achieve this with clearly defined workflows and standardised production processes. This enables us to produce reprints of consistent quality.
Finishing adds another level of quality to products. This can be foil or blind embossing, varnish effects, lamination, die-cutting or even unusual folding shapes.
We can process small print runs directly in our in-house production (cutting, creasing, folding, binding and banding).
This means that we can also meet very short-notice requests.
- 1'000 sheets of letter paper, 4/0, 90 g/m²
- 1'000 envelopes C5 with window, 4/0
- 1 x 100 business cards, 4/4
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