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Digital Printing

What is Digital Printing?

Digital printing became available in the 1990’s and has evolved rapidly over recent years. With its high quality similar to that of litho printing (the traditional printing method), it is increasingly finding itself the preferred choice due to its flexible nature.

We have two digital HP Indigo presses, which are at the forefront of digital printing. Our latest investment, the HP 10000 press is one of only four currently in the UK, offering the largest digital format available on the market. This offers opportunities for new products such as personalised B2 posters and calendars, A4 landscape books, personalised packaging and many bespoke on-demand products.

Key Benefits of Digital Printing


Efficiency

Smaller quantities with quicker turnarounds


Tight Deadlines

Little set-up needed enabling next day, or even same day delivery.


Cost Saving Benefit

For print quantities of less than 1,000, digital printing is most cost effective.


Minimises Waste

With no minimum order quantity you only print what you actually need, preventing false economy and associated environmental wastage involved in over ordering.


Flexibility

Printing only what you need avoids having large quantities being printed only to find that you want or need to make alterations before your stocks elapse.


Test products

No job is too small, so ideal for proofing single items before committing to larger runs or advanced copies that match the main print run that will follow.


Space Saving

Avoid clutter or storage costs with small digital print runs.


Personalisation

You can make communications more relevant to its audience by customising text or images specific to each individual, so you can say what you want, when you want and to whom you want. This can be extended to catering for different versions of the same document.


Wider Colour Range

Digital benefits from additional colours (white, orange, violet and green), which results in a wider colour gamut when used in conjunction with the standard CMYK palette, giving greater depth in imagery and more vibrancy.

Digital Printing is suitable for:

  • Publishers
  • Start-up Businesses
  • Designers
  • Marketers
  • Event Managers
  • Product Testers
  • Retailers

Popular Digital Printing products:

  • Book publishing
  • Instruction manuals
  • Business cards & stationery
  • Brochures
  • Packaging
  • Posters
  • Point of Sale

Digital Printing – Technical Details

More technical details about digital printing are available here as a PDF.