With all this thinking “outside the box”, unfortunately, printing is always confined to some sort of “box”. A designer has to create within a given space. Whether it be as small as a business card or the size of a building, there is a finite amount of space with which to create. But what if you could turn that box into a star, or a sunburst, or some wacky M.C. Escher melted looking watch. Well, with our custom die cutting capabilities we can turn that “box” into almost anything you can imagine.
The traditional method of printing. Our Heidelberg presses offer the highest quality and most consistent coverage. We only use aluminum plates to guarantee the best image transfer to the sheet at the tightest registration. It may not be the cheapest way to print but when it has your name on it wouldn’t you want the best? Not only does your business card represent your company but it’s a direct reflection of how you prefer to do business. Have you ever gone into an interview wearing sweat pants?
We admit, coming from a background of fine engraved stationery Mutual Engraving was very apprehensive about adopting digital printing and bringing it in house. The early digital presses were just really expensive color copiers and we refused to allow such poor quality to leave our factory. Well that was nearly twenty years ago and todays digital presses rival, if not surpass, the quality of traditional offset at a significantly reduced cost to you. Our digital presses have even fooled our own employees from time to time.