A die cut is created by using a sharp steel blade formed into a specific shape, then cut through the paper.

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Hot/foil stamping uses high temperatures to transfer foils onto the card’s surface via a metal mold. Foil colour available: Gold, Silver, Black, Red, Blue, Green See reference video  

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Round corners are done by using a round corner cutter. See reference video There are 15 options for you to choose from (only 6mm radius available). This is a very cost efficicient way. However, these corners are not as perfect for round corner done from “die-cut”.

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As the name suggests, a Spot UV coating or “varnish” is applied to chosen spots (areas), of a printed card. This has the affect of highlighting and drawing attention to that part of the design, but it also provides the additional visual stimulus of having varied textures on a single printed surface. Check out the price.

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Lamination is the process of applying a thin layer of plastic to paper or card sheets to enhance and protect the printed surface. Common types of laminate are gloss, matt.

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Most all of the print products listed in the website has a instant price calculator. Simply select the print specifications of the product you intend to order and the price will be shown at the bottom of the price calculator. For example you will like to know the price of printing business card. http://www.expressprint.com.sg/product/business-card/ Make […]

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