DIE CUTTING | NYC
Die cutting is a process that allows your print job to take on a unique custom shape. Rounded corner business cards are great example of die cutting, but the possibilities can range far wider. Shape your vision! Think triangular shaped hangtags, coasters & stickers, shapes with unique outlines and outrageous silhouettes, or custom event invitations, to name a few.
Distinguish your occasion with a unique die-cut wedding invite, printed here in our Manhattan print shop. Consider a custom presentation folder with a tab enclosure. For truly customized business stationery set, get die cut converted envelopes with all-over print, or even printing inside! Let your brand or idea can come to life in a tactile and eye-catching way only possible through die cutting.
PRICING + PRINT PRODUCTION NOTES
Pricing for die cutting is based on quantity, paper type and the number of additional processes and machines that will be used in creating the order. More elaborate and custom print specs cost considerably more than standard orders, so it’s important to get a quote before proceeding. Production time varies with order complexity and our seasonal workload but our elastic schedule allows for very fast rush prints when required, though rush charges apply. Turnaround time is calculated from the date of PDF proof approval. If your die cutting project has a hard due-date please let us know when making your request. Email us with your design file or specs to receive a custom quote. All projects must have a custom quote number to proceed.
RUSH DIE CUTTING
Some die cutting specs are available for rush service. To inquire about a rush job, please email artwork, print specifications and desired completion date ASAP to email@example.com. If we’re able to accommodate your schedule we will reply with pricing and additional costs for the rush. Rush printing is one of our specialties but please be aware that every moment counts in a rush print schedule. Some jobs will require additional shifts and weekend work to finish on time so the price can be significantly higher than jobs on a regular schedule.