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Biodegradable Laminated Print

Since we watched Sir David Attenborough on the BBC presenting Blue Planet 2, it’s been impossible to ignore the impact of single use plastics on our oceans and wildlife.

We thought it was time to consider what we could do better.

Biodegradable Laminated Print

On 1st August 2018, we switched all of our matt and gloss laminated print to a new biodegradable laminate. That’s every business card, flyer, folder, booklet cover, appointment card and postcard. It looks like regular lamination and feels lovely. When the print reaches the end of it’s useful life, it composts. Within two years it’s gone. Without leaving any contaminants in the soil.

Your Favourite Products, But Better

Now, when you choose any product from our Starmarque Bio, Luxury Bio or Fabu-gloss Bio ranges, you’ll know that it uses an eco-friendly lamination which won’t end up damaging the environment.

Up To £20 Off In March

Now is the perfect time to give it a go. Try our StarMarque Bio Spot UV Business Cards or our Luxury Bio Matt Laminated Business Cards for less until the end of the month.

Commercial printer? Add printing.com 3rd generation web2print template technology

w3p by printing.com

Of course Web to Print is a good idea, making on-demand print orders more cost effective and easier to execute. But until now template creation has been too complicated. It required a technician skill set with templates taking two hours to build involving an account manager, graphic designer and template technician.

W3P utilises the designer’s existing skill set. Rather than use a specialist application, which essentially requires a technical skill set, templates are built in Adobe ‘InDesign’ using a simple layering convention.

As the skill set required is only a small extension of the InDesign skill set, to build a template using the W3P system only requires two hours training.

W3P means all designers can become template creators. Templates can be built in 10 minutes with the W3P system.

Find out more at www.w3p.co.uk.