Pennsylvania commercial printer explains the die cutting process

November 28, 2014

In printing, die cutting is the process used to cut a specific shape into paper stock using knife-edge cutting blades formed into a steel pattern or cutting die.  A machine presses the die into the paper to produce the desired cut. It will allow you to create an endless range of looks, from unique corners, […]

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Corcoran Printing announces increased foil stamping capability

November 13, 2014

Corcoran Printing just installed a new Kluge foil stamp press, which enables us to foil stamp much larger sheets and more intricate designs. It is only the 3rd installation in the world with the new patented pending “clutch drive,” which provides longer impression time, resulting in the highest possible quality.Kluge is an industry leader in […]

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Commercial printer talks about selecting color for your logo

October 23, 2014

When it comes to brand recognition, your logo is probably the first thing that your customers will remember. Color has a great effect on a person’s emotion, and research suggests that your logo colors will have a great impact on your customers’ opinion of your company and it’s products. It will also help to differentiate […]

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Tips for reconnecting with customers with corporate holiday cards

October 10, 2014

  The holidays will soon be upon us, and it’s time to start planning your company holiday card. Printed business greeting cards can enrich your current business relationships and help develop new customers. They also show clients that you appreciate them and are thinking of them during the holiday season. An article published by CBS […]

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Direct mail can generate leads and create new customers

September 25, 2014

Despite the growing popularity of social media and online marketing, many businesses still find direct mail to be very effective in helping to sell products and services. Politico Magazine reported that direct mail isn’t just alive, but it’s thriving. Research shows that spending on direct mail reached nearly $45 billion in 2013 and still generates […]

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