Digital Printing (VDP)

Definition

Digital printing uses technology and toner to create the look of a conventional offset press, while allowing for lower quantity press runs with high quality, as well as, longer more complex runs. Digital printing can utilize a variable data process, where each card or sheet coming off the press can be different or tailored to a particular set of given data.

Uses

Through the use of digital printing technology we can produce a multitude of products that can be individualized to a particular end user, each piece coming off of the press can be personalized based on your specifications. Postcards, letterhead, brochures, business cards, thank you cards, forms, flyers, posters, the list is only limited to your imagination.

 

Maximum paper size of 13” x19.2”.