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Quick Facts About Perfect Binding

Friday, July 12th, 2019
Quick Facts About Perfect Binding

Today, we’ll be covering some of the many ways PUR and Perfect binding can be used for your next printing project.

Are you working on a project that will need to be bound? Whether it’s a self-published novel, a portfolio, a children’s book, a workplace catalog or more, perfect binding may be what you need to create a beautiful, durable, professional project. Perfect binding includes the use of a glue placed on the spine; often this will be an ethylene vinyl acetate, or more recently, a polyurethane reactive(PUR) adhesive. When creating a perfect bound spine, PUR is useful in many applications where other adhesives fail, making perfect binding far more accessible. Today, we’ll be covering some of the many ways PUR and Perfect binding can be used for your next printing project.¬† (more…)

4 Reasons to Use Thank You Cards

Friday, April 19th, 2019
4 Reasons to Use Thank You Cards

Despite what you may think, thank you cards are immensely beneficial for commercial uses.

Despite what you may think, thank you cards are immensely beneficial for commercial uses. Whether you want to thank a loyal customer, show new customers appreciation for joining your loyalty program, or show the customer that they matter to you, thank you cards can do a lot for such a small investment. (more…)

Printing Pointers for Startup Businesses in Hunt Valley

Friday, March 1st, 2019
Printing Pointers for Startup Businesses in Hunt Valley

You have a lot going on with your start-up business, so it may feel unfair to ask you to learn about design and printing as well.

You have a lot going on with your start-up business, so it may feel unfair to ask you to learn about design and printing as well. The truth is, however, that you’re likely doing a lot of your own designing and/or printing right now to save money. If this sounds like you, you do need to educate yourself on some of the printing basics so you have the best possible final product. ¬†Here are some tips related to the sometimes confusing issue of color in printing to get you started. (more…)