In Print

beautiful unique designs and high quality print products

We provide and facilitate all types of litho, digital, large format, and screen and flexo printed products for clients. In this regard, we deal with a range of the best printers in the industry. We can design and deliver anything in this regard, according to your exact specifications, or ours, and at a cost no higher than you would normally pay for a comparable quality item.

When strict compliance to specification and finish are of the utmost importance, then it is always better to maintain the link between your creative service provider and the printer, even if in a consultative capacity. This practice will go a long way in ensuring that you get exactly what you want. Furthermore, when a design is intended for print application, it may include unique enhancement features such as UV, or spot UV varnishes, matt or gloss laminations, embossments, spot colours, special substrates, and any one of a wide range of folding and binding techniques.

Information about the Various Popular Print Processes

  • Digital
  • Lithographic
  • Large Format
  • Screen Printing
  • Flexographic

Is primarily used for short runs of less than 1000 or for items that need to be individually personalised with text and/or images. Digital printing requires less set-up than other methods but does not gain from economies of scale.

Digital printing uses a dry ink process where the ink does not permeate the paper unlike wet ink. The dry ink is held in place by applying a layer of fuser oil and a heat process.

This is the main printing process used throughout the world to produce high quality paper and light board printed products. This process is also known as Offset Printing, Sheet Fed, Web Offset, and Continuous.

It is a planographic process where the image and non-image are on the same flat printing plate. The image areas are processed to accept ink and repel water. The non-inage areas are processed to accept water and reject the greasy ink. So by wetting the plate and then inking it, the image area is able to transfer the ink to a blanket cylinder and then from there to the paper (the offset principle). The printing plate never comes into contact with the paper.
Litho plates are made by a variety of methods but most modern print factories use computer-to-plate (CTP) systems which are created direct from the computer files rather than having to output film first.

This process uses inkjet printing machines that can print widths up to 3.5m and virtually any length. Large format printing is usually used to produce short run posters, banners and point of sale material and the end results can be lightfast and permanent.

This process uses a stencil which is mounted on to a fine screen material. The ink is passed through the stencil and screen onto the substrate.

Screen printing can be used on virtually any substrate and any shape using any kind of ink.

This process is normally used for printing on fabrics, plastics, metals, and other flat substrates.

This process uses a rubber plate and very thin inks and is similar to the original letterpress printing techniques. This is a specialist process and is used most commonly on plastic carrier bags, labels, and various forms of packaging.

On Show

we can provide the following print items with our designs

  • Business Cards
  • Stationary
  • Point of Sale Material
  • Brochures
  • Flyers and Adverts
  • Magazines
  • Books
  • Maps
  • Advertorial Publications
  • Newsletters
  • Calendars
  • Diaries and Notepads
  • Stickers and Labels
  • Promotional Gifts
  • Corporate Clothing
  • Signage
  • Posters
  • Banners
  • In-Store POS
  • Window Graphics

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we offer a range of great value for money graphics design and printed products

We provide excellent graphic design services that are suited for all types of print and digital purposes. We also offer a convenient concierge service for all your printing requirements.