gsm: grams square metre (weight) / mm: millimetre (thickness)
Budget money packets:
230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, etc.
Thin money packets:
157gsm Art Paper, 0.21mm PVC, etc.
Thick money packets:
310gsm Art Card, 315gsm Art Card, 320gsm Art Card, 330gsm Art Card, etc.
Eco money packets:
230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm Kraft Card, 260gsm Art Card, and many more materials which is certified by FSC and PEFC.
Round Corner money packets:
157gsm Art Paper, 0.21mm PVC, 230gsm Laid White, 230gsm Laid Cream, 230gsm Fine Linen, 230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, etc.
Square money packets:
157gsm Art Paper, 0.21mm PVC, 230gsm Laid Cream, 230gsm Finen Linen, 230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, etc.
Texture money packets:
230gsm Fine Linen White, 230gsm Laid White, 230gsm Laid Cream, etc.
Die Cut money packets:
0.21mm PVC, 230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, etc.
Plastic money packets:
0.21mm PVC, 0.41mm Frosted Transparent Plastic, 0.46mm White Glossy Plastic, 0.46mm White Matte Plastic, 0.46mm Frosted Transparent Glossy Plastic, 0.46mm Frosted Transparent Matte Plastic, etc.
Folded money packets:
157gsm Art Paper, 230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, etc.
157gsm Art Paper, 0.21mm PVC, 230gsm Fine Linen, 230gsm Laid Cream, 230gsm Ivory White, 250gsm S Ivory White, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, etc.
Commonly use for flyer, brochures, leaflets and magazine. Art paper is well known for its gloss and matte finish of it paper and it's better cost and nice quality printout. This material is not suggested to use for occasion which require writing on the paper itself as the ink will smudge when the ink is not dry, due to the smooth surface of the paper.
105gsm Art Paper, 128gsm Art Paper, 157gsm Art Paper, etc.
A thick card which is commonly use for money packets, voucher, booklet cover, and others. This material is coated with china clay or similar substance to give it a smooth surface which it enable the customer to select their finishing either in matte or gloss lamination. This material is not suggested to use for occasion which require writing on the paper itself as the ink will smudge when the ink is not dry, due to the smooth surface of the paper.
200gsm Art Card, 230gsm Art Card, 260gsm Art Card, 310gsm Art Card, 350gsm Art Card, 360gam Art Card, 400gsm Art Card, etc.
A thick card which normally use for money packets, postcard and others. The surface of ivory card is smooth and white, hence, matte and gloss lamination is not recommended. It is a high substance of uncoated paper. This material is suitable for writing as the material / paper absorbs ink. In addition, the material we had for 230gsm ivory card is also PEFC certified paper.
180gsm Ivory Card, 200gsm Ivory Card, 230gsm Ivory Card, 250gsm S Ivory White, 300gsm Ivory Card, 350gsm Ivory Card, etc.
Offset printing is one of the best quality compare to other printings. Offset printing also known as lithography which the inked image on metal plates is transferred (offset) to blankets and then to the printing surface (paper). The image will be broken down into the primary printing colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK) and it is commonly known as 4 colours printing.
Pantone Colour (Gold, Silver, etc.) are colours which can be used in offset printing. These colours does not require mixture from CMYK. Pantone colours each have their own metal plates when printing. Thus, the colour is more precise as the colour is consistent.
Fluorescent inks have the same properties as normal sheet offset inks with additional glowing properties. The printing products will have a glowing effect when they are under normal daylight.
The fluorescent effect is only temporary, as the fluorescent properties are accomplished by using special pigments, where it shows considerably lower fastnesses than conventional pigments. Fluorescent inks are processed like common sheet fed offset ink thus special image editing is not necessary.
Coated and Uncoated Card Stock
Coated paper is paper which had been coated by a compound to impact certain qualities to the paper. Meanwhile, uncoated paper is paper without the coated layer and it's often used printed paper, letterhead, etc. Difference between coated paper and uncoated paper is coated paper gives a shaper and brighter image compare to uncoated paper. This coating makes the coated paper less absorbent and has a better ink holdout.
Finishing is a process to add the final touch to enhance and distinguish you money packets from others. We offered few finishing method as below
Matte lamination is a plastic film, which eliminates glare almost completely. It usually has a smooth but granular surface, which can be felt by fingers.
Gloss lamination is a plastic film, which gives shine effect and gives the color a lot of pop to make it stands out. It usually have a very smooth but shiny surface, which able to grab the attention of the eyes.
Spot UV is an ultraviolet varnishing technique where it utilizes UV light to create a glaze looks on selected parts, as well as making the color appear richer. It serves well in highlighting certain parts of money packets that needs to be the main attraction.
Hot stamping is a process which using heated color foils to be pressed against the surface to create shiny metallic effect. It usually has a nice texture feel and look with noticeable metallic presence.
Die cut is a finishing process that makes your money packets unusual from others. It is a process that cut closely to your design’s shapes and sizes, which defies the classic rectangular-shaped money packets.
Emboss is a method of pushing/raising the graphic or text above the surface to create a three-dimensional, eye-popping effect. It signifies sophistication by giving the visual effect and feelable texture on the graphic or text.
The opposite of Emboss, debossing is indenting or depressing the graphic or text instead of popping out. Same as emboss, it creates a three-dimensional features through inward perspective of the graphic or text.
The same pressing processes of emboss and deboss, but did not leave any pressing marks on the back of the surface.