Design, Typesetting, Translation and more! Our specialized graphic design services can turn your vision into a reality. If you have an idea for a postcard, brochure, flyer, calendar or other printed piece, our talented graphic designers will create it for you. Seda's Printing service professionals are experts in taking your specifications and turning them into a printed piece that your business and organization will be proud of. Whether it's a logo, poster, direct mail package, presentation folder or anything else - if we can print it, we can design it too.
We are also experienced typesetters and have the ability to deal with multiple languages and corporate requirements. Whether we design your project or you supply your own design, our pre-press department reviews your artwork, making sure that all files are press ready. This process includes proofing your project for accuracy. Upon approval your job continues on to the manufacturing stage.
We specialize in providing complete high quality scanning services utilizing high- end scanning equipment. Our professionals will produce outstanding results from your originals.
There are many techniques to employ to achieve color correction. Our team of professionals uses the latest versions of graphic arts software to adjust the relationship among the process colors to achieve desirable images. Each scan presents its own problems and requires different modes of correction, projects are handled with the latest technology the industry has to offer, making it easier and more efficient to complete projects.
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Offset commercial printing presses use four basic ink colors: CMYK, each color of ink is applied separately - one plate per color. Small dots of the four inks - cyan (blue), magenta, yellow, and black (K) - are deposited in specific patterns that make our eyes believe we are seeing a wide range of colors. That's why the standard offset printing process is often called 4-color process lithography or 4-color offset printing.
The advantages of offset printing are higher quality and the best cost-effectiveness for high volume quantities.
Low price per piece. The more you print, the less you pay per piece, since most of the cost is in the setup. With a commercial printer, any additional quantity costs only a few cents per sheet for the paper and ink.
Brilliant quality. Offset printing produces rich, accurate color and high-quality images and photographs, with sharp typefaces and fine details.
Same basic process from offset with the difference that the printer puts all the different ink colors on the paper in one pass through. Perfect for small-run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources. It allows for on-demand printing, short turnaround time, and even a modification of the image (variable data) used for each impression.
Refers to a method of specifying and printing colors in which each color is printed with its own ink in contrast with process color. Also known as a Pantone Matching System (PMS), used by the printing industry to print spot colors. Most applications that support color printing allow you to specify colors by indicating the Pantone name or number. This assures that you get the right color when the file is printed.
Printing process in which a special powder is added to the document with it adhering to the ink printed on the paper. After removing the excess powder the printed piece is heated and the powder and ink mixture dries to form a raised glossy effect on the paper.
The creation of a three-dimensional design or image on paper is known as embossing. Heat and pressures reshapes the surface of the paper to create the image. Single, multi –level, beveled, and sculptured are the styles of embossing. Embossing can be done on plain paper or combined with ink, images, or foil for special effects.
This process is usually done after printing as part of the finishing process, die-cuts are areas of the document that are partially or completely cut, shaped, or cut-out in a variety of shapes. The die is a steel blade used to punch out the desired shape.
The application of the foil, a special film-backed material, to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil, makes it adhere to the surface leaving the design of the die on the paper. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3D image.
Is also considered a digital print with the advantages of a large scale and a variety of stock papers for unimaginable creative marketing or decorative ideas such as: banners, canvas, standees, window clings, car magnets, car wrapping, billboards, bus advertising,
A method of printing in which ink is transferred from raised surfaces to paper by pressure.