Made in Australian


Paper or Plastic? We’ve got you covered.

From digicases to gatefold wallets, to custom forms with gold foiling, there isn’t much we haven’t seen or made. If this is your first time, no problem. We’re here to guide you through each stage of the process. If you already know what you want, you’ll find our prices to be some of the most competitive in Australia.


PVC sleeves are the simplest way to protect your discs. They’re commonly used for promo CDs. You can include from a 1 pg upto a 12pg booklet in the sleeve.

We offer all of the classic case options: PVC sleeves, slimline cases, jewel cases and DVD cases as well as some not-so-common options like the clam shell case and mailer case. Some of the cases we offer:


To see our full range, follow the steps on our quote calculator.
To find the case best suited to your needs, speak to one of our super knowledgeable sales staff on 1300 79 78 78.

Our printed paper parts are some of the best in the business. Whether it’s 2 or 24 pages, 10 or 1000 copies, we deliver outstanding print quality every time. Our paper parts are printed on a Xerox Colour 800 press, one of the most technologically-advanced printers in its class.

To see a full range of the printed paper parts available, follow the steps on our quote calculator.


Short runs

We pride ourselves on producing Australia’s best digitally-printed card packaging. Short runs (less than 500) are offered at large run-quality finishes, thanks to our in-house die cutter. Which means you can choose from a variety of stock, including recycled, as well as matt or gloss cellos and even reverse printing. To discover the full range, follow the steps on our quote calculator.

Large runs

When you print runs of 500 or more digi or gatefold cases with us, you have the choice of digital or offset printing.
The digital printing process involves dry toner being fused onto the stock surface. Digital printing produces outstanding mid-tones, crisp text, pure neutrals, detailed shadows, bright highlights and excellent photo rendering.
The offset printing process involves wet ink being applied to the stock surface. Offset printing is how the majority of everyday packaging is printed. It gives a smooth finish, perfect for
reproducing super fine detail.

We believe our digital prints are so good you’ll actually struggle to tell the difference! That being said, offset printing could still be best for you, depending on your artwork and stock preferences. If you’re not sure which is best for your artwork, speak to one of our super knowledgeable sales staff on 1300 79 78 78.


Short runs (less than 500) can be ready in 2-3 working days.

Large runs (more than 500) which are digitally printed can be ready in 7-10 working days.
Large runs that are offset printed can be ready in 10-15 working days.

We’re happy to accommodate urgent requests where possible, just contact one of our sales staff.