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With over

30 years experience

  • litho

    Litho
    Printing

  • stamp

    Traditional English
    Printing

  • notebook

    Notebook
    Production

Combining traditional techniques with modern technology we aim to improve standards and focus on the needs of customers today and their requirements for the future.

Litho Printing

Probably the best known type of printing over the last 30 years: Letterheads, Compliment slips and Business cards spring to mind. With a range from one to four colour production, possibilities are endless.


Traditional Printing

Much slower than litho but the results are high quality and unique. The results are entirely of another class. Due to growing customer demand for "something different" these processes are making a comeback - Die stamping, Foiling, Thermography and Embossing. The end products speak for themselves- unique with a touch of class.

  • Die Stamping
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    Die Stamping

    This is one of the oldest forms of printing and is also known as engraving. It is recognised as a prestigious process by professional organisations and individuals worldwide and is ideal for fine detailed work – crests, coats of arms and invitations. The results are special and unique.

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  • Foiling
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    Foiling

    Most blocking involves metallic foils – gold, silver or metallic. The raised image on a metal die is pressed into the material with the foil in between. This process is usually used to enhance or highlight a selected image.

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  • Thermography
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    Thermography

    A high gloss clear finish allows ink to show through giving a smooth raised print result. This process is ideal for business stationery and invitations.

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  • Embossing
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    Embossing

    Similar to die stamping but without ink. An image is raised above the material to accentuate logos or print. Etched,engraved or sculptured dies can be used for multilevel special effects.

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Die Stamping

This is one of the oldest forms of printing and is also known as engraving. It is recognised as a prestigious process by professional organisations and individuals worldwide and is ideal for fine detailed work – crests, coats of arms and invitations. The results are special and unique.

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Foiling

Most blocking involves metallic foils – gold, silver or metallic. The raised image on a metal die is pressed into the material with the foil in between. This process is usually used to enhance or highlight a selected image.

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Thermography

A high gloss clear finish allows ink to show through giving a smooth raised print result. This process is ideal for business stationery and invitations.

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Embossing

Similar to die stamping but without ink. An image is raised above the material to accentuate logos or print. Etched,engraved or sculptured dies can be used for multilevel special effects.

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Notebooks

Books are a great marketing tool for a brand. Individually designed with a wide range of cover materials and internal papers. They can be a useful promoter of a company image and add value as part of a marketing campaign. The result is an ambassador of the brand, individually adapted to a corporate design.

  • Case Bound Books
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    Case bound books

    To withstand much usage and to prolong the life of a book, case binding is the best choice and known for its thread stitching. Despite frequent use such a book will remain robust and not come apart easily. There is a varied spectrum of finishing that can be used - screen printing, offset and digital printing, foiling and debossing.

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  • Off the Shelf “Finished Books”
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    Off the shelf “finished books”

    Our book of choice is the Leuchtturm series, with a quality finish and a variety of cover colour choices. The popular A5 hard back book comes with 248 numbered pages whether plain, lined, squared or dotted. They come complete with ribbon book mark, elastic closure and expandable rear cover pocket.

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  • Perfect Bound
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    Perfect Bound

    Books manufactured in a simpler form where robustness is not a pre requisite. Internal pages in block form are glued into the spine - whether hard or soft covers. Paperbacks are the most popular example of this.

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  • Wire Binding
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    Wire Binding

    A more versatile and cost effective book is wire bound. Here the number of pages can vary from low to high and tabs can be incorporated easily, alongside some extra customised information pages. Covers can range from card to Paper over board combined with a variety of internal pages whether plain or printed.

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Case bound books

To withstand much usage and to prolong the life of a book, case binding is the best choice and known for its thread stitching. Despite frequent use such a book will remain robust and not come apart easily. There is a varied spectrum of finishing that can be used - screen printing, offset and digital printing, foiling and debossing.

Contact Us
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Off the shelf “finished books”

Our book of choice is the Leuchtturm series, with a quality finish and a variety of cover colour choices. The popular A5 hard back book comes with 248 numbered pages whether plain, lined, squared or dotted. They come complete with ribbon book mark, elastic closure and expandable rear cover pocket.

Contact Us
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Perfect Bound

Books manufactured in a simpler form where robustness is not a pre requisite. Internal pages in block form are glued into the spine - whether hard or soft covers. Paperbacks are the most popular example of this.

Contact Us
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Wire Binding

A more versatile and cost effective book is wire bound. Here the number of pages can vary from low to high and tabs can be incorporated easily, alongside some extra customised information pages. Covers can range from card to Paper over board combined with a variety of internal pages whether plain or printed.

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Far from opposing technology, books compliment electronic devices such as tablets and smart phones by becoming a communication tool for meetings on a face to face basis.

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Promotional Products

This is a relatively new area for us to market. However, over the years we have developed our knowledge to enhance and "finish off" custom products.

Custom packaging to promote a new product; a die stamped gilt edge card promoting a unique event or launch; a certificate within its own custom frame - are but a few examples that we have produced.