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Printing finishes
>> Coating
Printed works can be treated with specialized coatings which are often applied in the same fashion that inks are. There are several types of coatings we provided which serve many different purposes´╝Ü Aqueous Coating; UV Coating; clay coatings to add strength and gloss to paper; whitewash coatings which are used as a finish coat for such items as Kraft paper; and grease resistant coatings used on applications for industrial and scientific uses.
>> Binding
Binding is generally considered to be the process of fastening the sheets of a publication in the proper order and most often within a protective cover.

There are various methods of binding available that can be selected for the type of publication and/or for the type of handling it will receive.

Warson Printing provide the following binding service to fulfill customer request: Perfect Binding, Hot Adhesive Perfect Binding, Thermal Binding, Plastic Comb Binding, Spiral Double Loop Wire Binding, Loose Leaf, Post Bind, Saddle Stitching, Side Wire Stitching, Loop Stitching, Sewn Case Binding, Sewn Soft Cover, Common Cover Types, Padding.
>> Folding
Typically, there are only two basic types of folds: parallel and right-angle.

Products containing parallel folds consist of folds that run parallel to each other. Right-angle folds are folds that run perpendicular to each of the preceding folds.
>> Die Cutting
Die cutting is the process of cutting shapes from sheets of plastic by pressing a shaped knife edge into one or several layers of sheeting. The dies are often called steel rule dies, and pressure is applied by hydraulic or mechanical presses.
>> Embossing
For some customer special request, Warson Printing can provide embossing service.

Often used in combination with foil stamping, embossing is a process that applies pressure to the backside of a material to alter the surface, giving it a three dimensional or raised effect.

The procedure involves the use of two dies, one fitting into the other so that the raised die forces the stock into the recessed die to create the embossed impression.

A die maker engraves the desired image, or copy, into several metal plates, which are the embossing dies for use on an embossing press.


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