Print Finishes

Infinite Potential Explored


Embossing makes your messages pop, literally! Embossing raises one part of the surface above the rest to create a 3D effect. Wow your customers by embossing your logo on a product booklet, special catalogue, or presentation folder.


Debossing is the opposite of embossing. Instead of raising an image to the surface, it pushes it back into the paper. Debossing your signature on a product booklet, special catalogue, or presentation folder is a subtle, understated way to impress your customers.


Ready to make your brand sparkle? Foil printing is the answer! Add a luxurious touch to your business cards, invitations, and marketing materials with foil highlights. Choose from a range of unique colours and styles, like metallic, pigmented, pearl, and holographic foil. Give your brand a foil treatment for an extraordinary look.

Die Cutting

Die cutting allows you to turn your printed materials into custom shapes. Adding an interesting shape to your business cards, signs, stickers, mailers, and other marketing collateral can help your brand stand out against the competition. Using a specially built die, we can add die cut shapes into your printed pieces en masse. Work with us to add attention-grabbing enhancements to your marketing materials!


Achieve perfect, precise, and straight folds every time with scoring! This innovative technique adds a unique tactile experience that sets your designs apart from the rest. Impress your customers and elevate your brand with a simple yet effective scoring feature that adds an extra layer of creativity to your promotional materials or packaging.


A perforation line, also known as a tear line, adds a series of tiny pre-cut holes, allowing easy separation of two sections of materials. Not only can perforation be used to add an exciting element to marketing pieces or on calendars, leaflets, and notepads, it has also been shown to increase response rates. Add perforation to your piece to create a tactile experience for your clients!

Gloss Coating

Emphasize design elements and photography with a high-gloss finish that offers a reflective shine. Gloss coatings make your print product a high-quality, attention-grabbing investment.

    Matte Coating

    Matte coating gives your project a diffused sheen, which boosts the contrast of photos and offers a smooth presentation and elevated colours.

    Aqueous Coating

    Aqueous coating is a clear, fast-drying water-based coating that is used to protect printed pieces. Because it is water based, AQ coating is one of the more environmentally friendly coating options. Aqueous coating can be printed in a high-gloss or matte finish, both of which deter dirt and fingerprints and offer substantial scuff resistance.

    Spot and Flood Varnish

    Varnish applied to your printed materials is more like a clear ink than a traditional coating. A flood varnish will cover the entire printed page while a spot varnish allows you to highlight specific areas of your piece and adds shine and depth to specific elements, such as a logo or image. Varnish can be applied in gloss, satin, or matte finishes.

    Soft Touch Coating

    Soft touch coating is a popular and appealing finish that offers a velvety texture. Adding a tactile layer such as a soft touch to your marketing material results in a higher brand recall. Soft touch coating not only creates a barrier to protect your piece but is also often associated with luxury and exudes elegance. A soft touch finish will surely provide your customers with an incredible first experience with your brand.

    Textured Coating

    Our newest press offers in-line, textured coatings. Textured coatings can be used to bring elements such as leather, wood, sand, grit, basketballs, footballs, and other custom textures to life. Textured coatings are often used on small portions of printed pieces in order to bring attention to particular elements and to add realistic features.

    Ultraviolet Coating

    Ultraviolet or UV coatings provide the highest gloss finish available and enhance the richness of colours while protecting them from scratches and scuffing. UV coatings are cured by exposure to ultraviolet light to quickly dry and harden the coating for fast and efficient results. Ultraviolet coatings can be applied as a flood coating or as a spot coating depending on your desired end result.

    Give your presentations, booklets, manuals, and all other business communications a beautiful and professionally finished look with a variety of binding options.