What is pin-hole perforating? Pin-hole perforating is perforating but with a difference. Round “holes” of paper are actually removed. You’ll recall that (Postage stamps are minimally used) were pin-hole perforated.
The commonest uses are for “postage-stamps” as pictured in #1,3,4,6,8,9,10 and 11. Other application for “pin-hole perforating,” would be for coupons (picture #7), wraps (picture #13), tear-off panels (picture #14) or “corner TEARS,”(picture #11).
We can “pin-hole perforate” paralleled and right angle perfs. For the commonest example being stamps.
We can “pin-hole perforate” stock weight from 20lb bond to 100lb coated; sheets as large as 20” wide as well as pressure-sensitive stocks.
The holes are all one fixed size universally. The hole spacing is fixed. To my knowledge “pin-hole perforating” any where in the world is exactly the same.
- Small round holes equally spaced
- Smooth SURFACE on tops
- Gets immediate attention
- Effect for Business Cards
- Great value-added process