TECHNIQUES & FINISHES
MICHELINE has been creating in our workshop for the past three decades a range of high quality finishes and techniques that give our products a unique and special quality.
Our gold is to seek excellence in each one of our printing methods, to work with the best quality materials and to innovate in the combination of materials or methods to make your ideas come to life.
MICHELINE has mastered various printing techniques to create unique and high end paper products.
Learn about the different processes we carry out in our workshop made by the best master printers and experts.
Hot stamping or foil stamping printing process in which foil is transferred to the paper through a heated plate.
Letterpress uses a metal plate to make a specific depth in the paper, this plate can be dyed to put ink on to that tactile indentation.
Uses a metal plate under intense pressure creating a raised design or text on the surface of the paper and adds a subtle finish, giving it extra dimension.
In this process raised lettering is created by pressing text into a plate. There is no ink used in the process, the result is lettering and images that are the same color as the paper.
Each design is printed then a resin powder is added attaching to the wet ink. Finally, heat is applied to activate the powder, the heated ink results in a glossy finish.
Digital printing is a flat printing process of digital images that are transferred directly onto a variety of paper surfaces.