Tonic Print Production


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Tonic Print Production

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FAQsLets us help you answer a few questions that you may have about printing

Promotional Products

You can put a logo or image on just about anything and if it's possible it makes it a promotional item. Almost anything can be sourced and branded. Some of the many products you can brand is only limited to your imagination, ie egg timers, medallions, wooden boxes, torches, USB’s, bottled water, nail files, playing card tins, mugs, highlighters, chocolates, chocolate slides, sticky notes, boomerangs, window decals, even a piñata and of course pens…the list is endless
Corporate clothing is so much more than just t-shits. It covers on-site building wear and fluorescent jackets, shirts, pants, beanies and caps, aprons, sports clothing and cycling wear. It is typically produced using off the shelf apparel, which is then branded with the company logo / Icon. It can be screen printed, embroidered, digital transfer and plastisol transfer in almost any colour combination.
Nothing is too hard or too big when it comes to full scale product models. From a CAD drawing or photographs you can recreate a full scale model of your product (or anything). From a Laptop right through to a full scale fridge.


3D printing has been around for many years but only now is the printing industry fully realizing its potential. 3D printing is a form of additive manufacturing where a three dimensional object is created by successive layers of a material laid down in different shapes. Currently used in industry for prototyping, 3D models and small production run parts.
Everything can be variable..... Type, names, addresses, images, information, passwords. All you need to do is provide an excel spreadsheet with all of the variable data information. We will merge the data into your artwork and will then lodge it with Australia Post.
Anything outside the standard CMYK printing method. It includes UV, spot varnishes, aqueous coatings, glow in the dark, foiling, embossing, formcutting, laminations...

It is a technique of relief printing using inked raised blocks pressed into the surface of the printing substrate to produce an embossed printed impression. It is often used for business cards and invitations.

Intaglio is the old style version of raised printing, done by hand using copper etched plates and a thick ink that sits in the grooves of the plate and is then transferred onto the paper by a heavy roller. It is very crisp and very detailed and the finish is beautiful, a true work of art.
The main reason for screen printing over large format would be the specifications and the quantity required. Quality would be the second reason. Depending on the size of a particular job, large format is used for smaller quantities. That said, the market is growing and changing so you should look at both options to be sure of cost savings
Large format printing is generally used to print banners, posters, signage and point of sale in low quantities.
You would be surprised how many products are printed on plastic and why. Polypropylene is durable, long lasting and waterproof. We can print in full colour with high quality imagery and with engineering. We can manufacture twistable and bendable products for many kinds of industries. Whether it a bag tag, presentation folder or POS stand, plastic gives a big punch.
These are custom hand made products that are generally made from box board that has been wrapped in printed paper, textured paper or fabric, leather or leatherette. Products can range from ring binders to boxes, menus to book covers and slip cases, carry cases and folders.
Offset printing uses CMYK and pantone spot colours and is printed using ink and plates and is suited to large sheet sizes and high volume print runs. Digital printing uses CMYK and in some cases a limited number of pantone spot colours (so long as they are not metallic) and is printed using ink or toner and is suited to smaller sheet sizes and low volume print runs. The differences between the two processes can determine how to print certain jobs. Key considerations are price, quantity and time available.
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