Digital printing is suitable for tasks in all volumes. It provides a quick start-up and straight forward design and development. We have both UV and solvent solutions. It is possible to alter content and information quickly and cheaply. Consecutive numbering and personalised text is no obstacle. Digital printing is also eminently suitable for highlighting fine detail.
Digital printing is usually used for:
Solutions with digital print
Digital printing is suitable for jobs in all series sizes. It provides a quick start-up and settlement. We have both UV and solvent solutions. It is possible to vary motifs or information quickly and cheaply. Consecutive numbering and individual text are no obstacle. Digital printing is also very suitable where small details need to be emphasized.
For the digital department, we also have equipment to ensure correct color reproduction, but can only work with CMYK colours. However, print colors today are so much better than a few years ago, so today it is possible to match several Pantone colors, and they have got a better durability against fading when the print is exposed to wind and weather, but ultimately a serigraphic pressure still superior.
We can print in 4 colors + white on plastic, acrylic, metal, cardboard, foamed PVC, etc. in up to 50 mm material thickness. However, the object must always be flat.
What is digital print?
Digital printing is a printing method where digitally based images are printed directly on the selected material. Digital files (such as a PDF) can be sent directly to the digital printer, which prints the content on the material.
Digital printing is a relatively new technology, compared to printing technology itself, which dates back to 1439. The first digital printers came on the market at the beginning of the 1990s.
What is the difference of digital print and offset printing?
Before digital printing came along, the most used printing method was offset printing. Offset printing is a printing method that uses printing plates, usually aluminum, to transfer the image to the material. Digital printing does not use printing plates, which makes the process faster and cheaper.
At one time, offset printing was considered higher quality printing. Today, the digital printers have become so good that the quality of these productions is also top notch. The difference today is therefore primarily in the price. Here, the rule of thumb is to choose offset printing for large editions and digital printing for small editions. That way you get the most quality for the money.
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