Graphics

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Graphics

Graphics can make or break your set-up box. Add a simple, one-color line art logo or a vibrant, four-color photographic image to your box. Brimar Packaging offers process printing, foil stamping, and embossing for your set-up box, inside and out. Plus varnish, aqueous, UV coatings, and film lamination can be added if needed. The options for your box are limited only by your imagination.

Process Printing

You can add graphics to your set-up box with conventional printing. One or two color line art on white or colored paper is most cost effective. But it’s the rich, four-color process, photographic images on your box that catches the consumers’ eye.

Embossing

Through embossing, Brimar can add texture by raising your graphics off your box. You can add any pigmented or shiny foil stamping on top of the embossing, or keep it “blind” for a classic, elegant appearance. Blind embossing is the creation of a raised image that is not foil stamped, and the resulting raised image is the same color as the paper. Create a picture through texture with blind embossing. Embossing your box will add value and class.

Foil Stamping on Set Up Boxes

Foil Stamping

Add a look of distinction to your set-up box with foil stamping. With foil stamping, you can achieve a brilliance that cannot be duplicated with ink. A wide spectrum of matte, gloss, metallic, or holographic foils are available. Combine the perfect foil color with one of thousands of colored, patterned or theme papers to achieve a look that fits your corporate image.

Gloss Black Coating on Set Up Boxes

Coatings

You can add a layer of protection or a gloss or matte finish to your set-up box by coating the printed wrap. Choices of coatings include varnish, aqueous, UV or film lamination. For simple logos, varnish often adds enough extra protection to prevent the printing from rubbing off your set-up box. Aqueous coating is a harder coating and offers the protection needed on heavy print coverage. UV coating really makes the difference by making the images pop off the paper. Film lamination is used to provide protection when no other coating will do.

Adding graphics will increase your product’s value, communicate product information, establish brand recognition, convey marketing messages, and separate your product from your competitors’. Why settle for a plain “box”, when graphics can be added for a minimal charge to create a great “package”!

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