Glossy pages, custom cuts, shiny or scented print – anything is possible

Printall offers a wide selection of finishing techniques to enhance all kinds of publications.

Perforation

Perforations for coupons, tear-off inserts, Christmas calendars and other uses.

Varnish

We use water, offset and UV varnishes. “Overall varnishing” means that the entire printed sheet is covered with varnish. Scented and other special varnishes can be used for spot or overall varnishing.

Inserts

Inserts can be placed between pages, adhered to a certain page with special glue or attached to the binding. They can be used on all or just a part of a print run.

Foil print

Give your design elements a tactile, metallic finish. Gold and silver foils are the most common, but we have many more options, from red and matte metallic to shimmering copper.

Spot varnish

Spot varnish can be applied to words or images or any design element on the cover of your publication. Choose among relief varnishes, glitter varnishes, 3D varnishes, scented varnishes and others.

Packing/wrapping

We pack and wrap your materials exactly according to your specifications.

Folding

There are dozens of different folding schemes we can execute for your notebooks, brochures, maps, reports, etc.

Spot colors

Pre-mixed PMS (Pantone) spot inks present a wider palette than classic four-color printing and produce deep solid colors. We also offer UV colors, in neon or ultraviolet.

Embossing

Using raised or recessed characters or images (embossing/debossing) can add power and pop to your publication.

Address printing

Print your customers’ addresses on stickers, wrappers or the product itself in preparation for direct mailing.

Drilling / rivet binding / eyelet binding

Make your printed material stand out by binding it with eyelets and rivets instead of traditional binding. Combine different paper stocks and styles for an extra special effect.

Press tool

Cut windows into your materials or cut them into completely custom shapes altogether.

Index cutting

Indexes can be cut from the edge of journals and reports and can use tabs of varying shapes.

Lamination

Apply glossy, matte or a special lamination to make printed materials such as menus waterproof and long-lasting.