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360 Press Solutions opened its doors in 2009, but the expertise of its staff goes back decades. Our experience and our state-of-the-art production facility give us the capacity to fulfill virtually any printing need.

We are known for accomplishing jobs otherwise considered too challenging or cost prohibitive. And with more than 150 industry awards on our shelves, we make it easy for you to trust 360 Press Solutions to get the job done right.

... but maybe you would like to geek out with us just a little.

Get some great insider tips about how to make print work for you by reading any of our blog posts below.

Should I choose coated or uncoated paper?

What is CMYK?

How to tab our Christmas card

A designer’s New Year’s resolutions

Perforation and folds: gotta keep ’em separated

The humble envelope’s hidden secrets

A Designer in the Printer’s Den

Printing a brochure: why and how

Printing with the Environment in Mind

Pre-Press Time

Printing Points: Inkspots

Printing Points: The Spectrum of Size

Tricks of the Trade — Spot Varnish

Tricks of the Trade — Perforations and Scores

Tricks of the Trade — Emboss or Deboss

Tricks of the Trade — UV Coating

Top 5 things to do this Memorial Day Weekend

Tricks of the Trade — Pantone vs. CMYK ink

Tricks of the Trade — Foil vs. Metallics

Tricks of the Trade — Flat Black vs. Rich Black

Did You Know: The Chinese Invented Paper

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CLIENT LOVE

I have experienced poor customer service in the past: I have had to go to their office to look at the proof; I have had to call and chase down my orders; the quotes have been crazy – all of the usual frustrations. 360 completely shattered my impression of what a printing service can be. There is one person calling on us and making sure we are happy. Their prices are very reasonable as well, especially considering the level of service and quality stock and finishes they offer. So glad we made the change.

Cheryl, office manager for a scientific analysis company