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Request your copy of our new HP Indigo swatch book!

For those designers who still do Ink on Paper (or those who currently don’t, but would like to see what the capabilities are!)

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For those designers who still do Ink on Paper (or those who currently don’t, but would like to see what the capabilities are!)

We have a sample pack available showing examples of printed paper stocks, special inks, embossing and foiling, laminating and paper over board.

All produced in-house on our HP Indigo 3050 digital press.

Complete the form below to request your copy. There are a limited number available on this first print run.

 

Send us an email or call in and see us; whether for an estimate, general enquiry or to see
alternative paper stocks for a print project you are considering placing with us.
Call us on: 01242 235926
For estimates: email tony@prom-print.co.uk
Want to send us some artwork? Use our file upload facility.

Hot Foiling now available at PROM!

Hot Foil Blocking suitable for orders of service, stationery, business cards, gift vouchers etc.,

Hot Foil Blocking (or Foil Stamping to give it’s correct name) is the application of pigment or metallic foil, often gold or silver, to paper. Using a combination of a heated die, foil film and pressure, pigment from the foil adheres to the surface of the paper.

Hot foiling can add a real flair to your printed piece, by drawing out and highlighting important details.

Blind embossing uses a similar set of dies to create a raised three-dimensional impression. It’s an effective way to add an elegant look and feel to your printed piece.

Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create an even more striking 3D image.

Typically applications where you commonly find both foil stamping and embossing are on  annual reports, pocket folders, product packaging, note cards/thank you cards, business cards, stationery, wedding stationery packages and much more.

Use Dropbox to send your files!

Don’t have a Dropbox account?
click here to get one!

There are many ways you can send your files to us.

In addition to our file upload facility and sending files as email attachments, we also use the popular Dropbox cloud-based file service.

Use their “share” function to send us links to specific photos, files and even complete folders.

For more help sharing files, see Dropbox’s own help pages.

Don’t have a Dropbox account? click here to get one!