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We offer you the latest technologies in high quality printing. These include Offset, Digital, Web and Screen printing. Every job produced is assessed individually, and the right process of production will be recommended to you and discussed.

 

Offset Printing

Offset printing produces the highest of quality and resolution on a large amount of substrates. It can be used for small and large production requirements. 80% to 90% of all brochures and corporate stationery is produced by this process. Nowadays for small production requirements the digital process is the preferred method of production. As technology continues to advance, larger and larger production runs will be possible with the digital process.

 

Digital Printing

The digital process can produce a similar range of products as the offset process. It is mainly used for smaller production runs. When producing smaller runs the digital process has many advantages. Most digital processes have little or no drying time requirements making it ideal for fast turn around times. There also is no need for expensive film and plates making it very practical for temporary or short runs. In addition to this most digital processes can produce variable data for your direct mail campaigns. The digital process is still expensive on larger production runs and is limited to a much smaller range of substrates then the offset process is. As technology continues to advance, improvements in both these areas will continue to be made.

 

Web Printing

Web printing is mainly used for very large volumes where speed is more important then quality, although the quality aspect has improved significantly in recent years. This is a popular process for daily, weekly or monthly publications and is used for newspapers, advertising flyers/catalogues and magazines. Production machine with this process are generally very large with a high set up cost, but fast production speed.

 

Screen Printing

The screen printing process is used in a number of specialised areas of the printing industry. It has the advantage of being able to print on almost any substrate, including unusual shapes. Some of its uses are the printing of non absorbent stocks like vinyl's and plastics, small run large size posters, T-shirts and clothing, and anything outdoors where fading of colours and weather resistance is an issue. The nature of the process does not allow it to print very fine detail.

 

If you are not sure by what process your next printing project should be produced, please feel free to contact us, for one of our experts to advise you. This service will be absolutely free of charge, it's all part of our fantastic service.
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