Sometimes a material has to be a little stronger for example in large dispensers or in the display area. We can print cardboard with a material thickness of up to 1 mm.
This table top display is not just an attention grabber, it shelters a lot of information under its roof. Our "samples" team developed this display item according to the customer's requirements.
This mailshot card is printed on an FSC-certified material and has some special finishes on the inside: Silver-foil laminated with a shaped offset white, glazed offset inks which emphasise the shiny metallic effect and a brilliant drip-off coating. The smart thing about this mailshot card is that it was produced in just a single printing process!
Link digital and printed media together. We managed to do that with a competition mailshot. To draw attention to our new home page we sent this decoder mailshot to our contacts. You get to our home page via a QR code, and with help from the decoder from the mailshot, you can solve a riddle. It makes encrypted text or hidden images visible. Only the owner of a decoder can see the solution to the prize competitions.
Play on your customers’ curiosity and bring some excitement into your advertising campaigns.
This mailshot is printed with a snowflake ink. It looks like snow and feels like snow, but fortunately, it doesn’t melt!
This mailshot is printed on a cardboard laminated with a silver foil. As a special finish, we have applied a soft-touch coating and a drip-off varnish. A cool grille!
We applied the disappearing white in part using screen printing. It shows just a hint of the motif, only revealing it completely on contact with water. As soon as the disappearing white is dry again, it loses its transparency. It’s a great effect for things like invitations, mailshots or, as here, for envelopes.
This ruler is made of approx. 1 mm thick cardboard. A protective gloss cellophane coating is applied to both sides.
Our tip: We also make rulers from white and transparent plastic. Or how about a lenticular film for a change?
This mail shot has a scented coating. When the surface is touched, tiny scent capsules burst to release a lavender scent. It is possible to print all sorts of scents – we would be happy to advise you.
This mailshot card has a few special features. We have printed an aluminium-laminated cardboard and then added a matt cellophane coating, a glitter ink and a relief ink.
The spot coating on this matt cellophane-coated item adds value to this invitation. This is a popular promotional item for customer communications.
An ink sensitive to UV light has been applied to this card. It is invisible and reacts to UV light to reveal the colour.
These photochromic inks are an astonishing gimmick that ensures a high-impact mailshot. These inks are also happen to be used on UV exposure testers.
This mailshot uses several luminescent colours so it immediately grabs your attention. This doesn’t just shine in the day, it also radiates at night thanks to a phosphorescent colour. We would be happy to send you some samples – just get in touch with us.
Making an impression at the PoS is paramount these days. So product packaging has to make a big impact. But appearance isn't everything – how things feel is also important. Product packaging must appeal to the senses to encourage a purchase.
Here we have developed four folded boxes made of plastic, aluminium laminated cardboard, white cardboard and lenticular film. All four of them stand out thanks to unique features such as spot printing, soft-touch coatings, silver, drip-off coatings, scented coatings, and more.
FEEL, SMELL, EXPERIENCE for yourself and ask us for a sample!
This is no normal writing pad. It is integrated into a plastic folder which also offers a place for a ball-point pen. There is also a lenticular image on the cover with an entertaining animation. We developed this product by working together with our samples team and the customer.Find out more about our lenticular products >>
The UV exposure tester is an ideal companion for every day. If held briefly in daylight it uses a scale to show the intensity of the UV radiation and gives the user helpful hints.
Our tip: The photochromic coating adds gimmick value to your mailshot.
Matt gloss effects look very sophisticated. If the smallest glitter particles are mixed into the gloss ink then this is by now at the latest that you get maximum attention for your advertising materials. Can be used for book covers, mailshots, packaging, and more.
Whether made of cardboard or plastic, we work together with our "samples" team and you to develop a tailor-made solution that meets your needs.
Perhaps we would combine, as in this project, the materials of cardboard and plastic. The moulded deep-drawn plastic part sets the visual and haptic standard here for your advertising materials.
Whoops! A sprung cube jumps out of the flat mailshot!
Spread your message with something quite different. You will certainly make an impression with this!
A secret message which only becomes visible through the effect of heat? That is no problem with heat-sensitive ink from a screen print. This laminated postcard is equipped with an additional sticker and thus becomes a sandwich postcard. This sticker with heat-sensitive ink can be peeled off and glued onto a radiator and a new message will appear. This is ideal for sales promotions!
The laminated postcard doesn't just carry one sticker on its back, but several at once. The upper sticker consists of several punched designs which can easily be removed and stuck somewhere else. Use a mailshot to stimulate the curiosity and playfulness of your customers.
Due to its intelligent folding mechanism, you can use not just two but four sides for your message. This amazing effect makes people want to play with it, making it a sure-fire attention-grabber.