Pin-hole Perforating from Anstey Book Binding
29/11/17

Anstey Book Binding works with many of Canada’s leading designers, brands, agencies and printers to engage target markets at a deep emotional level through the use of fantastically finished print communication. Below are their insights on pin-hole perforating. Subscribe to Anstey Book Binding's Newsletter for regular updates and insights.

 

Pin-hole perforating is perforating where round holes of paper are actually removed.

 

The most common use is for postage stamps. Other application for pin-hole perforating includes coupons (picture #7), wraps (picture #13), tear-off panels (picture #14) or “corner tears”(picture #11).

 

Anstey can pin-hole perforate paralleled and right angle perfs. The most common example being stamps.

 

 

Anstey can also pin-hole perforate stock weight from 20lb bond to 100lb coated, sheets as large as 20” wide as well as pressure-sensitive stocks.

 

Features

  • Small round holes equally spaced
  • Smooth surface on top

Benefits

  • Attracts attention 
  • Unique effect for business cards
  • Great value-added process

 

 

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