Crafting Elegance, Capturing Attention: Elevate Your Brand With These Special Print Premium Finishes

Foil Stamp

Foil stamping is a popular printing technique used for commercial print jobs. This method of printing involves the use of heat and pressure to transfer metallic or pigmented foil onto printed materials. The result is a beautiful, eye-catching design that can stand out from other printed materials and help build brand recognition.

Foil Stamping Example


Embossing is a popular technique for commercial printing. It involves pressing an image or design into paper or cardstock, creating raised areas on the surface and giving it a more textured look. Embossing can be used to add texture and depth to logos, business cards, stationery, and other printed materials. Embossed designs are created by using a metal die that has been etched with the desired design. The die is then letterpressed into the paper or cardstock and pressure is applied to create the embossed effect.

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Blind Emboss Example. Printing in Indianapolis.

Die Cut

Die cutting is a process used in commercial printing to cut paper into unique shapes. It involves using a metal die with sharp blades that are pressed against the paper and cut it into the desired shape. Die cutting can be used for a variety of projects, from custom packaging to business cards and invitations. For best results, it’s important to select appropriate paper stock that is sturdy enough to withstand being cut without tearing or bending.
Die Cut Example

Motion Coating

Motion coating, also known as motion print or motion effect, is a specialized printing technique used to create dynamic and interactive visual effects on printed materials, such as packaging, labels, or promotional items. It involves printing a series of closely spaced, parallel lines or patterns that, when viewed from a certain angle or when the material is tilted or moved, create the illusion of motion or depth.
Motion Coat Example Animated


Explore various types of varnishes, their applications, and the benefits they offer. To dive deeper into the world of varnishes. Visit our comprehensive varnish guide.

More Information on Varnish
Types of Varnish and Coating in Commercial Printing
We don’t want to limit ourselves on what we can do, as the technology continuously changes. Whether you’re interested in magnets, puzzles, packaging or plastics, we have the capability to print it.

Our G7 Master Colorspace Printer certification demonstrates our ability to hit accurate colors so that your final product will match the color you’re looking for, across a whole range of products.

We can even assist in engineering projects to maintain the same visual appearance across a variety of substrates and coatings, for a well-represented brand.