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The assembly of signatures or sheets in reading sequence for binding.

Cutting / Trimming

The process of sizing the paper, either before or after it is printed / copied.

Hole Punching

Holes are drilled into printed sheets so they can be used in notebooks and binders. The number, size and location of the holes can be adjusted to meet the requirements of the work.

Foam Core Mounting

Foam Core is a double sided coated mounting medium with a lightweight foam interior, providing a rigid light weight mount. Foam Core Mount is a favorite for framed art and photos and is often used for in-store decor and exhibits.


Your important document(s) can be preserved by placing protective transparent layers over them. This will ensure that your document is preserved for a very long time. Available in different thickness, finishes and 1 or 2 sided.

Foil Stamping

Is the application of foil, a special mylar backed material to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil, making it adhere to the surface leaving the design of the die on the paper. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3D image.


Folding is a process in which the printed page is reduced in size by a series of folds that arrange the material in the organized fashion intended. In some cases, it is necessary to fold the printed sheet prior to additional finishing steps being performed.


Often used for forms, and for note and memo pads. Printed sheets are collated and stacked alternately with chipboard. The stacks are then clamped together and glue is applied to one side of the stack. After the adhesive is dry, the stacks are trimmed, if necessary, and separated into pads.


Series of finely punched holes, that ensure a smooth crisp tearing of the sheet in a pre-described line.

Scoring and Slitting

shallow indentation on the surface of a sheet of paper, ensuring a smooth, crisp fold. It is especially helpful for heavier stock that is folded against the paper's grain.

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