Digital printing

Digital printing technology combines high-quality finishing with an affordable price.

This is a fast printing style that is wise to use for smaller editions. Digital printing can be easily personalized according to your company. Changing data on a digital print is a breeze. For example, stickers, flyers, postcards, brochures or posters are often ordered in digital printing. We can also make a sample package in digital printing.

The table below compares digital and offset printing.

When to prefer digital and when offset?
Quantity 1 through 750
Colours only CMYK
Time to print Usually within 24 hours
Cost Affordable unit price when printing small runs
Quality High quality
Variable data Yes, every individual print can be completely unique
Post-processing Post-processing can be peformed immediately
Special inks No, only CMYK (four colour) printing can be done
Proofing Affordable colour proofing that matches the end product exactly
Choice of stock Wide choice of papers, not including all art papers
Quantity 750 or more
Colours Pantone or CMYK
Time to print A few days up to a week
Cost Affordable unit price when printing large runs
Quality Best quality, allows for microprinting
Variable data Only numbering added in post-processing
Post-processing Needs to dry before post-processing
Special inks Yes, it's possible to use metallic, neon and PMS colours
Proofing Accurate colour proofing can be expensive
Choice of stock Very wide choice of papers, including art papers