- brochures | flyers
- invitations | postcards
- annual reports | booklets
- business stationery | docket books
- sticker | labels
- calendars | greeting cards
- photograph restorations
- folding | drilling | lamination
What is Digital Printing?
The greatest difference between digital printing and traditional methods is that there is no need to replace printing plates in digital printing, whereas in analog printing the plates are repeatedly replaced. This results in quicker turnaround time and lower cost when using digital printing. Previously companies had to print large quantities and warehouse to keep unit costs down now though short runs are affordable and quick. As the technology increases the quality of digital printing is matching that of offset. The most popular methods of digital print include inkjet or laser printers that deposit pigment or toner onto a wide variety of substrates including paper, photo paper, canvas, glass, metal, marble, and other substances.
The images are captured from a matrix of dots, generally called pixels. The percentage of specific colour in these dots combine with the substrate to produce the colours required.