Special paper converting is best described as a jaw-dropping creative game which sets the stage for an infinite range of functional paper-based solutions.
Co-ordinated company elements, cardboard packaging, office products, boxes for commercial games and supports: a vast range of creations designed to build effective professional communication and improve a brand’s promotional message.
Special paper converting, boundless ideas!
Attention to detail, hunting out fine, innovative materials, designing and developing creative, dynamic solutions, ongoing experimentation with shapes, colours and printing techniques generating a wealth of possibilities.
From new forms of packaging – for direct and engaging communication accompanying consumers right through the buying experience – to flyers and a great many promotional paper products which showcase a brand’s identitywith digital printing techniques and modern, structured design.
Paper and card are worked into everyday use objects via cutting-edge, highly specialised technology.
Paper converting and packaging
Via semi-worked products paper converting generates all the paper objects and products we use in our everyday lives.
Printing: this phase requires meticulous processing to avoid streaking or defects impacting negatively on appearance. Printing operations must be precise and organised.
Digital design and creation for products
- Printing: this phase requires meticulous processing to avoid streaking or defects impacting negatively on appearance. Printing operations must be precise and organised.
- Die cutting: this is the phase in which the first outline of the object is made with ultra-high-precision machinery. The use of moulds speeds up turnover time frames.
- Assembling: after cutting and die cutting the product is assembled and folding and glueing machines are used. Cardboard prototypes are about to come to fruition. Cardboard prototypes are about to come to fruition.
- Folding: the cardboard is softened and folded into its final form. This is the last working phase in which outlines can be changed.
Green paper converting
Now that environmental challenges have become so compelling and urgent firms have turned their attention to making objects out of paper and cardboard.
Home design is emblematic of this and recycled cardboard is now an inexhaustible source of investment. Home décor is reinventing home and office décor, lamps and furniture entirely in cardboard. All strictly green only.
Objects in highly recyclable and eco-sustainable paper which are not only practicable and high-tech but also attractive. And versatile, affordable and hard wearing as well. Paper products are now central to a great many everyday use sectors.