Offset printing has been around for over a century and works by transferring ink from plates onto the printed surface. Offset printing is often more economical in commercial quantities, but this isn’t always the case. Historically, offset printing has been regarded as providing a superior product with accurate colour replication. However, this isn’t necessarily the case anymore as digital printing has advanced considerably in recent years.
Digital printing works by applying the image directly onto the paper via a laser printing process. Digital printing offers greater flexibility and is often more economical for smaller runs, depending on the product.
Different products have different finishing options including:
- Matt or gloss celloglazing
- Die cut or round corners
- A range of stock options including recycled and plastic.
To find out the specific finishing options for our products, please select your product below:
We only deal with genuine print resellers, which means we don’t deal with the general public, only people like printers, graphic designers, advertising agencies etc. Under no circumstances do we deal with the general public or non-print related businesses.
We take our reputation very seriously. All our clients are vetted to ensure they are what we call genuine print resellers before being able to place an order. You can be sure of our discretion.