Printed Products



Standard and Custom Pocket Folders

Press Kits

Brochures & Flyers

Books & Catalogs



Four Color Envelopes

Mirror and Door Hangers

NCR Flow Sheets up to 36"


Custom File Folders

Promotional Mailers

Package Inserts

Rack Cards


Bindery Services


In-house Bindery

Die Cutting: Standard, Laser, & Clean Edge

Cutting, Folding & Drilling

Round Cornering

Mylar Reinforcing

Tab Cutting

Large Volume Padding

Large Volume Shrink Wrapping

Transfer Taping – Full Width & Segmented

Saddle Stitching

Scoring & Perforating

Expert Hand Assembly

What is Process Color?

Process color is the method of printing full spectrum color using four primary inks. 

Process Color is commonly referred to as "CMYK" because the four primary inks are Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black.  Process inks have a transparent base, so when two or more overlap each other they combine to create a new hue.

Black is the Key Color in process printing, which is why it is the K in CMYK. Using "K" instead of "B" also prevents confusion between black and blue.
The CMYK color model is used in commercial printing as well as with ink-jet printers.

Example of Process Color Printing