Our aim is to deliver high quality work, on time and on budget. We do this by listening carefully to your requirements and then advising you of all the options - this may be discussing whether the litho or digital process will be best for your particular job; choosing a binding style or finishing effect; or talking through the design of your next newsletter or brochure.
Litho printing produces high image quality and is consistent from start to finish, from one print run to another. It works on a wide range of substrates and surfaces including textured or smooth papers, coated or uncoated papers and some plastics, from lightweight airmails to heavy boxboards. The unit cost goes down as the quantity goes up and it is most cost-effective for high volume jobs. While today’s digital presses are close to the cost/benefit ratio of offset for high quality work, they are not yet able to compete with the volume an offset press can produce.
Digital printing has a shorter production turnaround but is not as high quality as litho. It is less wasteful and is therefore more economical for low volume printing. While the unit cost of each piece may be higher than with offset printing, when setup costs are included, digital printing provides lower per unit costs for very small print runs.
Click on the links above for more information about each of the services we provide - or pick up the phone and talk to us on 01722 413330, we are here to help and we look forward to working with you.