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Which is better digital printing or offset?
In general offset printing offers a better result. With smaller print runs the costs of digital printing are much lower, for instance with business cards, large formats, banners, flags, promotional material. With bigger print runs on the other hand, offset printing will be cheaper. For some materials offset printing is required. Letterhead paper for instance; this has to be fed through a laser printer, the logo therefore needs to be heat-resistant. This can only be achieved with offset-printing.
In other words: each printing request demands its own solution. Contact us to discuss the possibilities.
Are special treatments also possible with digital printing?
Yes, they are. Digital printing allows for special treatments such as laminating, or creasing and folding.
What is the difference between CMYK and RGB?
CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black – the inks we mix together to produce your printed material. RGB stands for Red, Green and Blue – the colours of light a computer screen mixes together to make colours on screen. In other words RGB is used for viewing colours on a computer screen, like this website.

All our presses, big and small, use cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks to transform your digital file to printed media. Please ensure your artwork is set up as CMYK. If you use RGB images or colours we will convert these to CMYK for you but the colour of your printed file may appear different when printed.
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Updated
10/10/2019

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