What makes the difference between a mediocre and an effective in-store catalogue. This post explains the differences...Continue Reading
We explain the key differences between when you should Laminate and when you should Encapsulate, read on to find out...Continue Reading
There’s a common misconception that all laminating films are created equal. In fact, they vary in terms of type, quality and cost. Whether you need to encapsulate with gloss, laminate after litho or obtain …Continue Reading
Laminating machine problems usually go something like this…“How do I get the film to stick properly?” and “How do I stop getting bubbles under the film?” These are 2 of the most common troubleshooting …Continue Reading
Are you worried about competitors pricing below cost? In the BPIF Printer Outlook Survey for Q2, 70% of printers said they were, making it the number one business concern. Even though there was growth in the …Continue Reading
An effective in-store catalogue is more than just a list of products. It’s a vital part of the customer experience and can often make or break a sale. You can easily irritate your customers if your …Continue Reading
Although most people in the printing industry understand the basic difference between lamination and encapsulation, there is still a great deal of confusion, with many conflating the two. But while lamination and encapsulation both fall under …Continue Reading
These 4 tips will help you boost print job profitability (while adding more value for your customer).
After all, finishing issues like these delay jobs, waste film and waste stock. So how do you solve them? This post explains how.
Not sure what type of laminating film to buy? Worried you’re not achieving the right balance between cost and quality? Read this blog for advice and tips.
We believe there will always be a place for print, even in today’s digital world - that’s why we created Print Surface Science™ – a process that encapsulates all we know about encapsulation, lamination and print finishing so that your business can deliver more effective print communications.