When in the restaurant business, or any business really, making sure the things you spend hard earned money on last is always the goal. For restaurants one of the most handled and abused items are menus. People drop, throw, and bend them. They get spilled on and walked on. And better yet they are expensive … More Laminated Menus
Synthetic paper is an amazing product. It looks, feels, and prints like natural, wood fiber paper. But, because it is a man made petroleum based material, it is also water and tear resistant. Synthetic paper is a relatively new product, but there are some places where its increased durability over natural paper has made it … More The 3 Most Common Uses for Synthetic Paper
We have seen a lot more laminating done this year compared to past years. There are a number of reasons for this. First and foremost laminating protects your printed project. It keeps out the elements, like water and dust. It also adds longevity by slowing fading. More than that laminating adds to the look by making colors and images pop on the page. The following is the list of the five things that we laminated most this year. … More The Top 5 Most Laminated Items of 2016
Contrary to popular belief you can print on plastic and other synthetic substrates. How you actually go about printing on these substances can be a bit tricky. There are a few things that come into play when trying to print on a synthetic material instead of paper. What type of material are using, is it synthetic … More Printing on Plastic
Laminate If you need to protect your piece from moisture, dust and other contaminates there are few better choices than lamination. Not only that, it can also add sheen and really make the colors pop on the page. (For this discussion it is assumed you already know what laminate is, if you would like more … More How Thick Should the Laminate be on My Printing Project?
If you are thinking about a printing project and you would like to add to its longevity, or if you need to protect it from the elements, you should consider lamination. Adding a laminate to the project will reduce ware, slow down fading, and add a nice finishing touch. All without distorting the image. … More Should I Laminate My Printing Project?