Monthly Archives: June 2014

And now for something completely different….

Yes, I apologize for that blatant plagiarism of a classic Monty Python phrase, but it fits with what I wish to touch upon today. This past year I have immersed myself in various types of sales techniques, following various sales … Continue reading

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A printing “mixed bag”

I wanted to do a slightly different approach for this post – a “mixed bag” of some print topics, that really have very little to do with each other, but might be beneficial to know about.  So, here goes! PRINT … Continue reading

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Post Press Finishing – Episode IV: Foiling, Embossing and De-bossing

Our final installment in this series on post-press finishing is about foiling, embossing and debossing.  These final steps can create a sense of uniqueness to a final piece, and, in the case of embossing, can add a dimensional affect without … Continue reading

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Post Press Finishing – Episode III: Scoring, Die-Cutting, Folding and Gluing

So far, we’ve covered binding methods such as stitching and perfect binding, and then last week we covered coating options.  This week, let’s look at some other methods of finishing off a press sheet that can really impact how your … Continue reading

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