Foil stamping is a printing technique that involves transferring metallic or pigment foil onto a surface, such as paper or cardboard, using heat and pressure. It can be used to add a touch of class and sophistication to a variety of print products, including business cards, invitations, brochures, and packaging.
One of the key benefits of foil stamping is that it adds a metallic or pigment finish to the print product, which can make it more visually appealing and memorable. The foil finish can also add a level of depth and dimensionality to the product, which can make it stand out from other, more mundane print materials.
In addition to adding a touch of elegance and visual interest, foil stamping can also serve a functional purpose. For example, foil-stamped lettering or graphics on business cards or packaging can make them easier to read or handle, while foil-stamped patterns on invitations or greeting cards can add a decorative element.
Our commitment to environmental stewardship is one of the keystones of our business. Our new Komori H-UV Press cures solvent-free inks instantly, produces zero ozone, uses significantly less energy, and produces less VOC and CO2 emissions while ensuring exceptional image quality.
At Clark Communications, we go above and beyond the typical print shop, and are dedicated to producing the highest quality products at the lowest costs. But this doesn't mean that we cut corners, or lose sight of what's important. That's why we capture and recycle every bit of material that we can, all while being conscious of our eco-footprint.