Pad printing and silk screening

These techniques apply coloured ink to a surface, either from the surface of an engraved tool or through a permeable screen. By combining basic colour hues (normally either 4 or 6 different shades), it is possible to create just about any colour imaginable.

Hot stamping

This is obtained by transferring a metallic, die-cut foil to the wood through heat. Thus a metallic look is created.

Laser engraving

This decoration is obtained by using a laser ray directly on the wood to burn out portions. This technique can be used for embossing, debossing, and all sorts of raised or depressed surface treatments, adding a tactile dimension to the packaging.