There are endless ways to complete a print project once the ink has dried. The list is long and the combinations endless. To enhance a project, Elman can diecut, emboss, deboss, foil stamp, spot or flood UV, laminate, tab cut, apply tape strips or envelope conversion. To complete the project, we can saddle bind, perfect bind, wire-o-bind, spiral bind or fold to whatever is necessary to give it a functional yet finished look.
Saddle stitched books allow for a great deal of information to be distributed in a nice concise package. From business offerings, product explanations to photo or product catalogs a saddlestiched books which can be handed out or mailed is a good way to get information out to clients or end users. The books can be printed on a gloss, matte or uncoated sheet, but just remember to work in multiples of 4 pages at a time.
From gussets for expansion to embossing or foil stamping, Elman will make your presentation folders make a lasting impression.
These pocket folders were printed CMYK with flood gloss aqueous coating on a 12 pt. C1S cover. They were then diecut, score folded and glued to create the pocket folder. Unique designs, special function pockets and custom size folders are all in a days work for us. Design the folder that gives you the biggest impact while still being functional for your needs and we will help create a die that will make it work.
Elman has a wide range of experience in printing and producing perfect bound books.
The “For Doctors Only” book features a cover printed in CMYK one side on a 100# matte coated cover and then laminated with a 1.5 mil lay flat matte laminate. The book interior is 420 pages, printed in black two sides on 60# white offset. The well finished book is a result of being trimmed to size, assembled and perfect bound with 3 sided final trim.
The Borsheim’s high end jewelry catalog is printed CMYK with spot metallic PMS and flood gloss aqueous coating on a 100# gloss cover and text. The finished book was trimmed, collated and perfect bound with 3 sided final trim.
When Elman Printing opens its new print and mail facility at 6210 South 118th Street on May 1, it will not only mark the company’s 35th year in business, it will expand its operational footprint by 150 percent.
Located just a block from its current location, the new facility is custom designed to gain greater efficiency in its operational and production processes. It also offers the ability to continue to acquire new technology and equipment, capabilities and capacities that directly support Elman’s ability to provide a seamless process from print to mail that its broad and diverse range of clientele demand.
“Technology and the Internet continue to increase our clients’ expectations for speed and efficiency – without giving up their demand for high-level quality, precision and production values,” said Mark Elman, principal of the mid-sized commercial printing company. “With the new facility, we’re able to continue to keep pace with the advancements within the industry and our own reputation for being the best in our customers’ eyes.”
The new facility is the second that Elman has built for its operations. Its current building was built 10 years ago and until recently, was able to accommodate the company’s double-digit growth each year.
Elman is a mid-sized commercial printing and mailing company offering full-service capabilities that include design and graphics, typesetting, prepress, multi-color printing, bindery and mailing services. Founded in 1977, the company moved to its current location in 2002.