Post press is the last step in the production of each publication, which creates personality and gives the final look.
Post press processing gives the publication exactly the design you need:
means the process by which the surface of a package is pushed out of the sheet, the edges and corners being grooved.
speciality printing process which uses heat, pressure and metallic paper (foil). This is used to create different shiny designs and graphics on various materials. Foil printing gives the focus area an incredible look and is quickly becoming the preferred method of printing in many industries.
embossing and debossing
embossing is an image pressed outwards on the surface of paper or cardboard, while debossing is, on the contrary, an image pressed inwards. For example, braille text is also embossing, for example printed on pharmaceutical packages.
all-over UV varnish
allows to cover the whole package evenly with either glossy or matt varnish (results are very different)
UV spot varnish
allows you to highlight a specific design element
folded printing is more compact and convenient to carry
gives the print a straight edge or creates just the shape you want
making holes (eg for hanging a print or putting it in a binder)
joining pages (eg to create a logical sequence)
means the creation of a dotted line on a print to make it easier to break (eg to create windows in an Advent calendar)
ensures a logical sequence and saves the user time
means the fixing of sheets of paper by wire
various techniques can be used, such as gluing, saddle-stitching or wire-o binding