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Unleash your creativity and create something truly unique with our die cut printing services. From circular business cards to lorry-shaped flyers, the possibilities are endless. With our ability to cut your print into virtually any shape, you can add a unique touch to any project.
Whether you're looking to create one-of-a-kind invitations, packaging, stickers or promotional materials, our die cut printing service is the perfect choice whenever you want to stand out from the crowd.
Make your special occasion stand out with die cut invitations and announcement cards.
We've produced heart-shaped wedding invites, teddy-bear shaped birth announcements, even penguin-shaped Christmas cards. Our die cut printing services allow you to add a unique and personal touch to your special moments.
Differentiate your brand with die cut mailers, stationery, marketing materials and more. Imagine guitar shaped business cards for a musician or key shaped flyers to promote a locksmiths.
We can't wait to help your business create a truly unique and memorable brand experience.
Ensure your products stand out on store shelves with die cut blister pack cards, bag toppers, swing tags and bespoke packaging.
From unique shapes that mirror your product, to euro slots and custom windows, we'll help you create packaging that's both practical and memorable. Don't settle for run-of-the-mill, request a quote now to elevate your brand and give your customers an unforgettable unboxing experience.
We can source a wide variety of paper and card stocks for your die cut printing project. Alongside gloss, silk and uncoated, we offer luxury options such Tintoretto, and eco-friendly solutions including recycled, Kraft and plantable seeded paper. Got something specific in mind, just let us know!
Whatever substrate you select, our state-of-the-art cutting equipment will ensure your die cut prints will have a clean and precise finish every time.
Take your die cut printing to the next level with our personalisation services. Whether you want to add names, addresses or customised messages to each of your die cut prints, our team of experts can help you create truly unique and personalised pieces.
From wedding invitations to packaging, our personalisation services will help you create a lasting impression your recipients will appreciate and remember. Get in touch to discuss your personalisation needs and request a quote.
Due cutting is a finishing method that uses a metal die to cut a desired shape or design into a piece of paper or other material. This technique allows for the creation of unique and custom shapes that cannot be achieved with traditional guillotining. In die-cutting, a steel rule die is created in the specific shape that you want to cut out, this die is then used to cut the shape out of the printed sheetl. This technique is commonly used for creating eye-catching shaped invitations, greetings cards business cards, mailers, packaging and other marketing.
For smaller print runs, a cutting table can serve as an alternative to traditional die-cutting, which can reduce costs and provide greater flexibility in terms of the shapes and designs that can be achieved. However, the method of choice will depend on the specific requirements of the project, such as the quantity, complexity of shape and budget.
Die-cutting can be applied to various materials, such as our standard gloss, silk, and uncoated paper stocks, luxury papers like Tintoretto, eco-friendly papers like recycled and kraft, and signage and display substrates such as Correx and Foamex. We are also able to source specialty stocks such as textured, colored or unique bespoke materials for die-cutting projects. The types of materials that can be used will depend on various factors including the printing process, the quantity needed, and the complexity of the design.
Yes, it is possible to add perforations to die-cut prints. Perforations are small holes that are punched into the material, typically in a straight or curved line, and can serve a variety of purposes such as allowing for easy tear off or separation of a portion of the material. Perforations are made with a separate tool called a perforating rule, which is placed in the die-cutting machine along with the steel rule die. The machine will then cut both the shape of the die and the perforations at the same time, creating a finished product with both a die-cut shape and perforations. This process is known as combination die-cutting and perforating.
The cost and turnaround time for die-cutting varys depending upon the complexity of the design and the number of items being produced. One of the main costs associated with die-cutting relates to the manufacture of the steel rule die, which is specific to the design that is going to be cut. However, this cost can be mitigated by using a cutting table as an alternative to a traditional die-cutting process, which can save on costs and allow for more flexibility in terms of the shapes and designs that can be created. Overall, die-cutting can add an additional cost to the printing process and may require a slightly longer turnaround time, but the end result can be worth the investment, as it can make your marketing materials more effective and memorable.
Our friendly team is available to assist you in maximising the potential of your project and are happy to provide information on turnaround times and the costs. Don't hesitate to request a quote today!
Die-cut printing is a versatile and unique printing method that can be applied to a wide range of projects. Some popular applications include:
Examples of unique shapes that can be created with die-cut printing include oval flyers, star-shaped stickers, elephant-shaped greetings cards, heart-shaped wedding invites, teddy-bear shaped birth announcements, TV-shaped business cards, vase-shaped flyers and many, many more.
Yes, we offer personalisation services for die cut printing. Whether you'd like to add names, addresses or custom elements to your design, our team of experts can help you create truly unique and personalised pieces. From custom wedding invitations to personalised packaging, our personalisation services will help you create a memorable and lasting impression.
Yes, we can handle large scale projects for die cut printing. Using state-of-the-art cutting equipment we can efficiently handle large quantities of die cut prints. We use both cutting table and die cutting methods to ensure that your project is completed efficiently, regardless of the quantity required. Our team will work with you to determine the best method for your project, whether it's a small run or a large scale project.