What Printing Method Should I Use?
There are multiple printing methods and effects to suit your needs. Find out which is suited to your project.
Using Heidelberg & Halm W&D presses, we produce the finest quality print for all your mailing and packaging requirements.
Vegetable-based inks and chemistry-free computer to plate technology mean we can guarantee not only quality but sustainability.
We print on a vast range of stocks available from 55 - 450gsm.
Have a simple design and need a high volume? Then Flexo printing is the most cost-effective solution.
Flexo printing uses a polymer-based plate to print the design directly onto the paper reel before the final product is made.
With Flexo we can print 1 to 4 colour, giving you the maximum flexibility possible with this printing technique.
If your design is more complex, then it may be better to choose Digital or Litho print.
Digital print is constantly evolving. Here at Denmore Press, we have invested in new technology and machinery to put us at the fore of this exciting process.
We run three digital presses with a mix of inkjet & toner application. Depending on the individual job specification we will advise the best-suited process for each application.
We also print white and clear ink. These finishes are perfectly suited to personalising coloured and heavyweight stocks.
When you need the ‘wow’ factor, foil blocking makes a stunning addition to any design. It is the perfect option for creating a subtle, luxury finish.
Foil blocking is the process of applying metallic foil effects to a surface. It uses a hot magnesium die to stamp the foil in place.
Foil blocking adds a highly professional feel to any custom design. Depending on your specification, you can choose from a range of coloured, metallic or holographic foils in satin or gloss finishes. Foil blocking can also be used in conjunction with full-colour printing.
Embossing & Debossing
To give a tactile feel, why not emboss or deboss?
These processes use stamps to raise your design above the surface (embossing) or press it below the surface (debossing).
This process creates a lasting impression of your brand as exclusive.