What is a “Digital Print”

This production method is used for printing media such as paper, vinyl and magnetic material used in the manufacture of labels, badges, and fridge magnets etc. This printing process uses CMYK values.

Advantages of Digital Printing

  • Ideal for producing vivid full colour images as well as closely matched spot colour branding.
  • Can print variable data including individual names.
  • Only one set up charge is required regardless of the number of print colours.
  • Can be cut to custom shapes.
  • Edge-to-edge branding can be achieved.

Limitations of Digital Printing

  • Metallic and neon/fluorescent colours are not available.
  • White print cannot be produced on clear, silver or gold stock.

Artwork Requirements of Digital Printing

You can supply your own artwork, or we will set up the artwork for you and supply an electronic draft to help you visualise what the end result will look like.

There are some restrictions we have to take into consideration when setting up your file:

  • Artwork can be supplied in either vector or bitmap format.
  • Supplied bitmaps must be higher than 300DPI resolution at the actual print size.
  • A 3mm bleed should be added to the artwork if it bleeds off the product.

Examples of products that can be digitally printed

Below are some of the products that we can digitally print for you. The featured image may not be of a digitally printed product (that's because many of our items can be branded in different ways).

Learn about the advantages and limitations of each branding option we offer, view the full range here.