It’s often the little touches that make the biggest impact with your print job and today we wanted to put the spotlight on spot UV and UV varnish and how you can use this technique to create something really special.
UV varnish is a technique where varnish is applied to a sheet either as an overall finish or as a spot varnish and then dried using ultra-violet light. It creates a smooth, glossy effect which can really make a striking visual statement on your finished product.
Saddle stitching is a very popular book binding method that is quite economical to design and print. It is most effective for booklets and publications. With saddle stitching, folded sheets are gathered together and then stapled or “stitched” through the fold line with wire staples.
Are you looking for a unique way to add some class and sophistication to your printed project ? Have you considered adding a foil finish to your logo, text or design element of your printed piece?
Foiling is a specialised technique whereby a thin film of metallic or foil is impressed onto a document using a die (or stamp). It creates elegant, eye-catching results that simply cannot be replicated using standard printing.
Convert your print project into something truly special with a range of finishing options at The Print Group Australia. The final finishing touch can really transform your print job into a high quality, professional finished product. A wide selection of impressive finishing services is available for your next print job and we will talk further about them here:
The Print Group Australia worked with local company Bio Sculpture to provide a professional print solution for their Nationwide Manicure & Pedicure Course.
The client was printing all training modules in-house and was looking to upgrade their material with a clean and professional look & feel. Original discussions involved offering their modules as individual saddle-stitched booklets with a new graphic designed full colour cover. After further investigation, we suggested utilising a four ring binder, designing a customised cover and spine, and including all modules into the one binder.