Our in-house expertise and fully integrated facility allows us to react quickly to our customers’ folding box requirement, whether printed or plain. Below are just a few examples of Best deal graphics & printing boxes that we do. Styles and Concepts are unlimited depending on product and requirement.
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With less VOCs and IPA solvents, these inks are perhaps the best option now available. Easy to clean and de-ink, the printed product is much easier to recycle than traditional petroleum products. Printing presses using this ink can be cleaned with water, replacing the solvents normally used. Some ingredients contained range from corn, linseed, cottonseed or flaxseed oil, although in some cases traces of petroleum are used.
As with vegetable-based ink, this ink is also agriculturally based. With less VOC that standard ink, it can sometimes be difficult to trace the ingredients. It may happen that industry producers label inks containing 1% soy oil as soy-based inks.
Typically using less solvent than petroleum ink, this type of ink contains limited amounts of VOCs, and is from a non-renewable source. With a quick drying-time, they reduce energy usage from drying lamps.
Available in a variety of forms such as gloss, dull, or a satin finish, aqueous coating is applied at the top of a printed price to avoid smudging ink. Invisible to see, it is a water-based lacquer coating and considered the best choice in terms of environmental impact. Printing using this finishing technique can still be recycled and emits no harmful byproduct. In addition cleanup requires no toxic detergents and dries quickly with less energy consumption. It’s cost effective and environmentally friendly.
Applied like ink on paper and dried by UV lights, it can be used over the whole printed product or on specific areas of the piece. With no toxic by product emissions, it does however require chemicals in its cleanup process and needs high-energy drying lamps. The ability to recycle the final product can be limited with heave UV coverage, and could contaminate the pulp.
Coming in gloss, dull or a satin finish, this coating is highly durable and easily recyclable. The process does however emit VOCs during the coating process.
Waterproof, washable and tear-proof, lamination comes in two types: liquid and film. Liquid laminate is applied like a varnish and dried similarly. For film laminates, the printed product if sealed between two layers of plastic film sealed with adhesive and dried with heat. VOCs are emitted during the lamination process, and due to the plastic component the product cannot be recycled. Avoiding petroleum based inks and coatings are best due to the VOCs emitted.
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A high speed in-line clip seal machine allows a clear clip seal to be applied to virtually any product. Our standard is the 1" seal which is regularly in stock. Clip sealing a folded product is ideal for mailing.Learn more
Collating finish is the arranging and gathering of individual sheets, cardboard, and other printing material in a predetermined sequence. Collating is very commonly used on short-run books, multi-part forms, and receipts.Learn more
We are fully equipped to punch 3, 4, 5, or 6 holes on catalogues up to 1" thick. Our experienced handwork personnel work at high speeds offering effectiveness and efficiency.Learn more
Being a popular finishing method in printing, debossing and lettering are employed to produce a textured or three-dimensional impact on materials like paper, cardboard, leather, and more. Unlike embossing that raises the design, debossing involves pressing the design into the material, leading to a recessed or indented appearance.Learn more
Embossing finish refers to raising certain parts of paper and cardboard to create a design, but also to add texture and emphasis. Use embossing on any project to create a unique tactile feeling.Learn more
Edge painting / staining is a specialized finishing technique that enhances the edges of different items by applying a thin layer of paint or ink, resulting in a polished and colorful appearance. This method allows for the use of a single color or multiple colors, based on the desired outcome.Learn more
Eyeletting and grommeting finish come in a variety of sizes and materials and are used with flick books, tickets, tags, spinners, documents and more.Learn more
Foil stamping applies pigmented and metallic foil on any surface (paper, cardboard, etc) to add elegance and prestige to your print project.Learn more
In printing, a glow-in-the-dark finish involves a unique ink or coating that emits light in the dark or under low-light conditions. This effect is attained by incorporating phosphorescent elements into the ink or coating, which absorb light when exposed to a light source and subsequently release it gradually as visible light when situated in darkness.Learn more
Referred to as holographic paper or holographic film, holographic foil stands as a specialized material applied in printing and packaging to craft captivating and visually striking designs. It showcases a holographic pattern or image that shifts with varying light angles, resulting in a three-dimensional and dynamic visual effect.Learn more
Also called pearlescent or interference pigments, Iriodin is a brand known for unique effect pigments. These pigments consist of natural mica flakes coated with thin layers of metal oxides, creating an optical phenomenon called "interference." This effect leads to changing colors depending on viewing angles due to light interaction.Learn more
In printing, laser cutting denotes the utilization of a high-intensity laser beam to precisely cut through various materials, resulting in intricate designs and shapes. This technique is widely employed for print finishing and the production of personalized print items.Learn more
Numbering finish refers to printing numbers on sets and sequences on forms, receipts, tickets and so on. It can be printed on either descending or ascending numerical order on paper or cardboard.Learn more
A metallic sheen finish pertains to a unique printing technique or ink that imparts a metallic look to printed materials. This method is employed to produce a glossy and reflective surface, resembling the visual qualities of metals such as gold, silver, bronze, or copper.Learn more
Padding is a procedure used to hold books or sets together by an adhesive compound spread across the edge of the sheets. NCR, or carbonless forms, are an example of individual padded sets. We offer padding in all sizes and quantities.Learn more
In trade printing, a pearlescent coating is a special type of coating or ink that adds a soft iridescent quality to printed materials, resembling the shimmer of light on a pearl's surface. This inclusion enhances the visual appeal of printed items, imparting an elegant and refined touch.Learn more
Pearlescent and iridescent ink finishes stand as specialized printing methods employed to craft distinct and visually enchanting effects on printed materials. Both techniques infuse the ink with a sparkling and color-shifting characteristic, yielding attention-grabbing designs that exhibit a delicate interplay of light and color.Learn more
Perforated and MicroPerf finish refers to punch tiny holes on your print project, allowing you to separate the differents parts by folding and tearing along the dotted lines.Learn more
Our top-of-the-line equipment allows us to create a round cornering finish on print project of any size : banners, journals, laminating jobs and more.Learn more
Scoring finish refers to making a crease in paper or cardboard of any thickness, to make it easier to fold. Inline and offline scoring are available. Scoring finish is recommended for greeting cards, menus, and folders.Learn more
In printing, a sculptured finish is a specialized process that enhances printed materials with a tactile, three-dimensional, and embossed effect. This involves adding raised or textured elements to the surface, resulting in a distinct and visually appealing appearance. The sculptured finish adds a premium tactile quality, making the piece distinctive and creating a memorable recipient experience.Learn more
Shrink wrap a product individually or in bundles, we are capable of producing up to 1500 packages an hour on our state-of-the-art shrink wrapper and heat tunnel.Learn more
By using eyelets and grommets, we can create a tag stringing finish to your print project. Tag stringing finishing is quite useful for retail stores, offices, or just to keep your inventory in order.Learn more
Thermography is a printing technique that creates raised, textured, and glossy designs on printed materials. It involves applying thermographic powder to wet ink or other printing substances, followed by heating the powder to create an elevated effect. This results in a distinctive raised texture that adds a tactile and premium quality to the printed piece.Learn more
In printing, a varnish finish involves applying a transparent or semi-transparent coating, called varnish, to printed materials' surfaces. This enhances their appearance, protection, and durability. The liquid varnish is delicately spread over the print, providing diverse benefits based on the chosen type of varnish (gloss, matte, silk, etc)Learn more
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This is used for traditional printing, but it also adds something unique and interactive to your job: die-cut printing has the ability to cut any shape that you want for your printed material. The Graphics die-cutting process starts with sharp steel rules that cut special shapes for labels, boxes and containers, from printed sheets. We can create and cut any shape you can imagine!
Our in house large die-cutters helps reinforces the company's position at the forefront of point-of-sale and packaging innovation.
Our innovative machines are capable of die-cutting and fully stripping at maximum large press sheets down to a smallest printed sheet. It is exceptionally versatile, being able to convert various material substrates including solid board up to 3mm thickness, corrugated up to 8mm, laminates, films and plastic corrugated.
Start with a pocket folder, add a three-fold brochure, include a stitched booklet, combine an application form, and you have the recipe for an effective kit.
Kitting and fulfillment have long been intensely manual processes, but we have implemented quality programs and technologies to create automated operations that meet the most exacting standards. We also use our electronic kitting operations to handle projects for telecommunications organizations with literature requirements of 100% accuracy, in the mail on a deadline, and with a clear audit trail.
We can pack and deliver a truck, a pallet, a carton, or an envelope. On its way, on budget, on schedule. We regularly stage, package, and distribute products for mass distributions.
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Our integrated Print Fulfillment Services includes the planning and cost effective execution of the supply chain of printed materials and information from the point of origin to the point of utilization. Print Fulfillment Services is the ability to supply digital Print on Demand or Just in Time offset print with off-the-shelf inventory in quantities desired by the end user, packaged and quickly delivered in the manner requested. Our Print Fulfillment Services offering allows for the optimum method of production and fulfillment from long run produced and stored inventory to digital Print on Demand produced upon request from end user through our facility. This allows customers to avoid fixed costs and capital expenditures in maintaining internal operations while converting to an entirely variable activity cost basis.Learn more
Best Deal offers a gluing service using our multiple speciality gluers, which broadens our ability to offer a one-stop shop for your packaging and point-of-sale requirements - all with confidentiality guaranteed. The machine can be used for many box styles and size combinations, including four corner and crash lock glued cartons.
We also operate a semi-automatic hot-melt gluing machine that caters for most large format display and packaging requirements. Our pattern gluer significantly increases productivity and helps alleviate the bottleneck normally associated with hand gluing. The large format size of the machine allows precise application of adhesive and therefore giving the ability broader scope to exploit its manufacturing specialties.