These operations are an exceptionally important part of the entire production process. In many cases, they significantly influence the quality of finish and the overall purpose for which the printed material is intended.

Their proper optimisation and production itself have a major impact on the time and cost of the entire production process. We commonly use different types of folding, perforation, hole punching and other specific types of modifications to printed materials.


This process involves folding paper on a machine (a folder) into the required format. According to the type of material and format, multiple types of folds are permitted (simple, parallel, cross, harmonica, window folds, etc.).


This is primarily used for printed materials on thicker paper to be folded or bent. A crease must first be applied to the location of the fold to ensure the paper does not crack or tear during subsequent folding or bending.


This specific type of paper modification (punching holes of various sizes) ensures that a portion of printed material can be easily removed. This is primarily used for tear-off coupons, financial forms, and elsewhere. Rotary printing compatibility is one unique feature.

Hole punching

Hole punching is used for catalogue pages that are designed to be inserted into binders or tear-off coupons.


This technique is used to place round openings in a pad of paper.


This is a common operation involved in the printing of periodicals or other materials that are then distributed using direct mailing. Specifically, it involves the insertion of individual sheets into other printed materials. Insertion may be automated using machinery or performed manually depending on the type of material.


Printed and folded printing sheets (components) are assembled (laid on top of each other) in a logical sequence of individual pages. This is a standard operation when printing multi-page materials.


This process involves the full format gluing of two or more sheets of paper, carton or cardboard on top of one another. It is primarily used in the production of packaging or suspended interior posters.


Given the boom in digital printing and targeted advertising, this is one of the most progressive areas of post-processing. Personalisation can be provided in B/W and CMYK variations. This operation is typically combined with other services related to addressed distribution.

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