Die cutting is a printing technique that involves using a sharp steel blade or die to cut shapes and patterns into paper or other materials. This technique can be used to create a wide range of unique print materials, including business cards, brochures, packaging, and promotional items. This technique can be used to create a wide range of unique print materials, including unique pocket folders, business cards, brochures, packaging, and promotional items.
One of the main benefits of using die cutting is that it allows you to create custom shapes and designs that stand out from the crowd. By cutting your materials into unique and eye-catching shapes, you can create a memorable and distinctive look for your business. Die cutting can also be used to create 3D effects, adding an extra layer of dimensionality to your materials.
In addition to its creative possibilities, die cutting is also a practical tool for creating functional print materials. For example, you can use die cutting to create custom shapes for packaging, allowing you to create packaging that is tailored to the specific needs of your product.
Die cutting can also be used to create forms, labels, and other functional materials that can be used in a variety of business settings.
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.