Patternise works with printers and agencies across the UK, providing clients with the highest level of laser cut quality and service, often within very aggressive time frames.
Our lasers systems have camera recognition capabilities, which enables registration marks to determine the position and rotation of printed sheet materials prior to being cut. Whilst not mandatory, this enables a perfect cut to the tightest of tolerances where required.
Oasis - Press Invites
These stunning Oasis floral invites were lasercut and finished using a selective glue process. Sent flat, the antlers pop-up to make a beautiful invite when folded.
THE MICKEY MOUSE X CATH KIDSTON RANGE
Mickey & Minnie snowflakes across Cath Kidston stores around the UK. Laser cut & digitally printed/screen glitter all in our creative studio.
©Disney © Cath Kidston Ltd
Rimowa - London launch
VIP invites laser cut for Rimowa! Made from a metallic embossed paper, which we laminated to both sides of a thick black board. The result was a sturdy 2500gsm invite which we then laser cut and engraved on both sides with the recipients name and Rimowa brand mark
Unique Laser Cut Christmas Cards
Patternise Laser cut Christmas cards - cut on our Trotec GS1000 high speed Galvo system.
PINK FLOYD - THE ENDLESS RIVER INVITES
Pink Floyd returns in Nov 2014 with its first new album in 20 years. Patternise were pleased to laser cut the 1000 official invites for the album release which took place in London on November 10th. Our high specification laser cutters and finishing ensured a perfect burn and soot free finish on a pure white soft touch laminate material.
Laser Cut Paper masks
Printed and lasercut on 275gsm white board using our vision camera recognition system
Patternise was commissioned to make 2000 laser cut bunting pennants within a very aggressive time frame. In order to meet deadlines, we ran on our ultra high speed galvo laser. Pennants were made in 275gsm paper and supplied pre-threaded on ribbon
KYLIE MINOGUE - LASER CUT K STARS
Patternise was commissioned to make a number of "K stars" for Kylie's new album release in December 2015. These stars were made from 4ply card, which was duplexed in house and finished with a mirror silver material, making the card 3mm in overall depth. They were then precision lasercut.