Digital PrintingFor your smaller projects and faster turnaround time our digital services excel!
Digital printing service is a method of printing from a digital-based image file, directly to a variety of medias from vintage cotton cards, black cards, transparent labels and clings, metallic, craft, and richly hued stocks, as well as synthetics and polys.
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With our latest six colour digital press installation, the Iridesse by Xerox, our digital prints are brighter and bigger. With full width array and automated Colour quality, up to 400 gsm size 13”x47.2”, combined with white inks in one pass, we guarantee a maximum impact per printed page, without the extra expense.
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Generally, we can do photocopies on spot, subject to availability of digital printing machines. Our copy machines are able to photocopy up to 125 sheets per minute for fast turn-around. Occasionally, there may be a delay, however, it is always less than one business day for small run of photocopying.
Yes, we can photocopy IDs and passports. If a book is carrying a copy write, we cannot photocopy the whole book; only a few pages are allowed.
Yes, our digital printing services is capable of producing very sharp color copies. There are many options of paper available in variety of colors, however, we do not have photo paper. You can choose from silk or glossy finish, text or cover weight paper, from white to off-white, neutrals, pastel and bright colours. We can even print it poster-size and mount it.
Bleed is an ink or image that extends past the desired size. The bleed is set because there is a degree in movement when printing digitally. When an image or colour extends to the edges of paper, 1/8“bleed should be set all around the file, extending the size of the file. If there is no bleed, there will be white border all around the printed file.
Our digital printing services uses CMYK values. The difference is that the printer mixes CMYK values to create your image, whereas RGB is the values that are mixed on your computer screen. C – stands for Cyan, M – stands for Magenta, Y - Stands for Yellow and K – stands for Black. It is optimal to convert your file to CMYK when printing digitally.
An ideal resolution for digital printing would be a minimum of 300 dpi (dots-per-inch), at 100%. Any resolution under 300 dpi is possible, however, it may print-out blurry or pixelated.