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E

Eurobox (now known as Document Boxes)  
A document box is designed to hold A4 or A5 papers with room to spare.

 

Easel Binder
This is a ring binder that inverts to form a small flip chart.  Clear Pockets on the front allow the product to be personalised or branded.

 

E Type Box
A box which uses an envelope shaped flap to close.

 

Embossed
Embossing is the process of creating a three-dimensional image or design in a material.  Duraweld offer embossing as a decoration to their vinyl products.  It looks particularly attractive on mock leather or padded materials.

 

Encapsulation (Encap)
By trapping a printed sheet of paper between the binder and a clear vinyl overlay an encapsulated binder makes an attractive, cost effective alternative to four colour printing.

 

 

F

File

We define files as a simple protective cover that secures sheets by means of a clip or fastener.

 

Folder
We define a folder as a product with a folding flap that holds loose sheets in place by means of a gusset or box-style construction. This is as opposed to a ring binder, which secures sheets with a ring or lever arch mechanism.

 

Foil Blocked
Imprinting a particular design (typically a logo) in gold or silver makes an attractive decoration to any stationery item.  It looks particularly prestegious and is used on formal designs.

 

Flexifolder
A design particular to Duraweld, this file is designed with a curved closure which allows the capacity to flex (from 5mm to 10mm).  This design is both funky and functional.

 

 

G

Gilt Corners
Gold or silver corners give a prestigious finish to any stationery item as well as adding strength to vunerable corners.

 

 

H

Heat Crease
This process is used to form the creases in some of our heavyweight polypropylene products.

 

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