Printing Techniques

Letterpress printing is a traditional technique using a printing press, a process by which copies are produced by the direct impression of letter typecases inked and locked into the "chase", the press is then set into motion to press the paper sheets creating an impression from the type. 

Offset printing was developed for high demand and high quality muti-media and is a technique in which the desired image is burnt from negative film onto an aluminum plate the image is then offset from the plate to a rubber blanket, with ink poured over rollers the finished product is passed through the rollers and printing surface on which the image is transposed.

Inkjet printing is printing from a computer image file directly to an inkjet printer as a final output. Using liquid inks, and CMYK technology to provide the image matches – Inkjet is a very cost effective method of printing.

Digital printing allows for on-demand printing, short runs and short turnaround time, and even a modification of the image (variable data) used for each impression. Using pigment or toner to set from a heat based flatbed computerized printer, your copy is produced with superior quality and exceptional colour resolution.