We can offer printing for posters, business cards, banners, display stands, stationery, invitations, brochures, flyers, books, pretty much anything you can think of. Be sure to get in touch for a quote.
In addition to all of the design services we offer, we can get your printing done as well. Wether you want full professional lithographic printing or a smaller run using digital printing we can provide both.
But what's the difference you ask?
Digital Printing vs. Lithographic Printing
Digital printing is the reproduction of digital images on physical surface, such as paper or photographic paper, cloth, plastic, etc.
Litho printing is a technique where the inked image is transferred from a metal plate to a rubber blanket, Typically, printing plates are attached to a cylinder in the press. Ink is applied to the plate’s image area and transferred directly to the paper.
Digital can be differentiated from litho or offset printing in many ways, such as: Every impression made onto the paper can be different, as opposed to making several hundred or thousand impressions of the same thing from one set of plates, as in traditional methods. The ink or toner does not absorb into the paper, as does conventional Ink, but forms a layer on the surface. It generally requires less waste in terms of chemicals used and paper wasted in set up.
Digital is a excellent solution for quick turnaround, or small print runs. Offset printing is most commonly used for high volume printing as its image quality is much higher and more consistent than that of the digital press.