Here's a few printing videos we've discovered, mainly on Reddit, that we thought you'd enjoy. Just click the links to view the videos.
First up, this roller screen printing of coloured wall paper, showing how the colours are printed one after the other on press. Nice.
Ever wondered how the dots get put on dice? Of course you haven't - you've probably got a life/friends etc. Nevertheless, this is how it's done... and it's pretty fun to watch (just wish the clip was longer!)
Someone loved this infinite folded marketing piece so much they videoed it and posted it online. Oh and over 60,000 people upvoted it on Reddit (so if you're looking for a popular way to connect with your customers..!)
Most of the print we produce is trimmed. If you've never visited a printer, trimming is probably one of the most mesmerizing finishes to watch...
Here's a novel use for printing - a fingernail printer where you choose the design first on your phone app.
Here's another 'trimming' video, this time taken by Webmarteer Tom M when we ran a client's catalogue through a step indexing machine.
Finally, we know print can be very moving, but this static optical illusion's just ridiculous...