Printing - Digital - Offset
Offset VS Digital
Offset lithography and digital printing are arguably the most common printing methods available today, but they are not the same. Providing both offset and digital print for Benjamin Bowring Printing there is no job too big or too small! Your company image is one of the most important aspects of your business and it is to us too.
Printing in highest quality we can offer a complete design and print package. So when should you use offset and when should you use digital printing?
When to Choose Offset Lithography Printing
Even in these digital days we recognise that there is still a need for traditional offset litho print. When print runs are very large and high quality is paramount there is no better option than litho printing. With a huge array of paper and card options this is still the best way to put ink on paper offering the best possible printing quality.
Utilising a Pantone Matching System, (PMS Colours) offset print provides complete colour accuracy and control and allows the use of specialised inks for unique environments. All your printing requirements from letterhead, invoices and other office stationery to swing tags and docket books with numbering and perforating. Add an extra special finish with letterpress using embossing, die-cutting or foiling.
When to choose Digital Printing
When a short turnaround is priority, or short-run prints are required digital printing offers the speed and flexibility required. When customization is required. Since this is a computer-to-print method, information from a database or external text and graphics can be modified on each piece as it prints (e.g., names on business cards, personalized letters or ticket numbers). When no PMS colors are required (though some digital printers are able to closely match them).
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