Digital Print

Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources are printed using large format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers.

The Advantages of Digital Printing

  • Short runs
  • Fast turnaround time
  • Personalisation
  • On demand

Lithographic Print

Lithographic printing, also commonly known as litho printing, is where the image of the content you want to produce is placed on a plate which is then covered in ink and used for printing. This process can be used to print on paper, cardboard and many other materials.

The Advantages of Lithographic Printing

  • Increased print quality
  • Cost effective
  • Colour reproduction
  • Versatility

Web Press Printing

Web press printing is a form of offset printing in which a continuous roll of paper is fed through the printing press. Pages are separated and cut to size after they have been printed. Web press printing is used for high volume publications such as magazines, newspapers, catalogues and brochures.

The Advantages of Web Press Printing

  • Wide range of printing surfaces
  • High image quality
  • Quick and easy production of printing plates
  • Cost effective
Web press printing

Wide Format Printing

Wide format printing, also known as large format printing, is the digital printing of large images on a roll of material. The general printing width of wide format prints range anywhere between 600mm to 11 meters. Wide format printing is used to create high impact visuals such as banners, posters, large scale photos, signage and much more

The Advantages of Wide Format Printing

  • High impact advertising medium
  • Long lasting
  • Print on demand
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