MPress offers perfectly cut edges and corners thanks to our ominously named guillotine cutting machine. We can separate pages, remove excess, cut sheets down to the precise size requested and more to make sure your pages are perfect.
To save time and money, multiple pages can be printed on a single sheet that is then folded into its finished form.
MPress has a wide range of binding capabilities to make your book look as good as it reads. Perfect binding, saddle-stitching, side-stitching… You name it, we can do it.
Embossing & Debossing
If you couldn’t tell by our name, we’re in the business of making impressions. Few printing techniques can offer the level of sophistication and impact of embossing and debossing.
Another way to grab people’s attention is foil stamping. We create high quality dies to transfer your stamp or seal to your soon-to-be showstopping piece.
On Carbonless Stock
This process of numbering paper by pressing an image on the first sheet then transferring it to the rest of the pieces can get all your pages numbered in a hurry.
A “die” refers to a thin razor-sharp cutter molded into a specific shape that is used to cut paper, cardstock, or some substrate. This process gives your piece a unique look that stands out and gets remembered.
Not everything is ultra high-tech here. Sometimes your printouts need holes for binders. And when they do, we can take care for that for you.
Lamination gives your piece a nice glossy finish that protects your piece.
Padding is a style of binding where you coat one edge of a stack of sheets with glue. It’s effective and looks good, too.
Don’t let your products get beat up in transit or storage – our shrink wrapping makes sure they stay together and look great when you need them.
This one’s pretty straight-forward. We can put a paper band on your pieces to keep them neat and tidy. Printing isn’t all UV rays and guillotines.
It’s exactly what it sounds like and an effective way to keep your brochures, cards, or anything else you get printed all together. If you print 50,000 of something, you should end up with 50,000. Sometimes rubber bands (and someone to apply them) are all you need to ensure that happens.
Old-school methods are still some of the best ways to keep your stuff from getting disorganized or separated, and string tying definitely falls into that category.
Even the best machines have their limits. When our customers need something done that the robots can’t do, we switch to hand work. It takes a little more time, but if you need it – we do it. Simple as that.