While we started only letterpress printing, we’ve expanded our offerings to hot foil stamping, embossing, die cutting, creasing & folding, packaging/box making, hybrid digital printing, paper drilling, padding, corner rounding, edge painting, and photopolymer platemaking.


Our letterpress printing process begins with setting up the press, including plate registration, color correction, and custom adjustments. We will then print one test proof to be approved at your scheduled press check. Once you sign off on the test proof, your project goes to press. We have three letterpress presses with various capabilities.

Maximum Sheet Size: 18”x 24”

Maximum Image Size: 16” x 20”

No Minimum/Maximum Quantity


Our foil process is a little different than letterpress printing. While they both use raised surfaces to impart an impression, foil stamping uses a heated copper plate to transfer a reflective or matte pigment onto the surface. While this process is truly amazing it does have some limitations.

Maximum Sheet Size: 10”x 15”

Maximum Image Size: 4” x 9”

No Minimum/Maximum Quantity


Die cutting & creasing use similar technologies. Our presses have the capabilities of creating 40 tons per square inch of pressure which comes in handy when we die cut and crease. Our dies are custom made to suit your design. We can make any shape and can incorporate multiple creases into the die to create complicated box/packaging designs. We can also kiss cut label stock for easier application.

Maximum Die Size: 18” x 24”