Short Run

    Our short-run post-printing service involves imprinting pre-made stock bags, boxes, and ribbon, whether through hot-stamping or ink printing. We proudly print these short-run job in our facility in Philadelphia, PA. We use a close-knit vendor network to run all digital jobs. Short-run post-printing jobs typically run from 100 to 3,000 impressions and are completed here in our facility. Technologies for each differ, as well as imprint colors - see below for more information on the various short-run printing technologies and options. Not sure of the difference between short-run post-printing and a fully-custom job?
    Hot stamping is a dry printing method whereby predried foils are pressed and transferred through heat onto a bag, box, or ribbon. …[Read More]
    Ink Printing is a form of post-printing which utilizes a flexible "relief" plate, and is often referred to as "flexo printing". The flexible, often rubber, …[Read More]
    Digital Printing is a more modern technique that allows digital files to be printed by a laser or ink-jet printer onto various packaging substrates, including …[Read More]