Did you ever wonder what is the difference
Digital Printing VS Litho Printing
Litho and digital printing are very different as litho printing uses wet ink and printing plates; whereas only some digital printers use ink and others use toner on a press, which is similar to how an office printer works. Both printing techniques have pros and cons but are very different to one another, so choosing between the two can be difficult.
Print quality is extremely important, especially if you use printed products for marketing. When it comes to comparing both printing techniques, traditionally litho printing produced products of a higher quality than simple digital; however, with new technology, it's tough for the average person to see the difference in quality between both printing techniques. Litho printing is the better choice of printing technique if your design requires a lot of large blocks of solid colour, as the colour will come out a lot smoother compared to digital printing. Especially when using a super-sophisticated drying technique like LED UV, of which B&B were one of the first in the country to install. Between both printing techniques, the finish of the print is also very different; when it comes to litho printing the ink used soaks into the paper, whereas with digital printing the ink sits on the surface of the paper. This means that the same image could look different if printed by litho and digital printing. When it comes to printing onto different types of paper such as textured and coloured, litho printing is the better option; however, there isn’t much difference between the two when it comes to printing on glossy, silk, or uncoated paper, as both techniques offer a good coverage and a high-quality print.
Litho Printing Vs Digital Printing
There is no specific printing technique that is better than the other, as it all depends on what you are printing, how many prints you need, what level of quality you need, the material you’ll be printing on, how quickly you need the prints, if you need personalisation, budget, and so on. Digital printing is cost effective when it comes to printing a few prints whilst litho printing, even though you have to pay for the setup, works out cheaper if you are printing large quantities of prints. Litho printing is the better quality method when using textured paper and when the design requires a large colour block coverage. However, when you are printing on a more typical stock, the quality between the two printers isn’t noticeable. When it comes to choosing between digital and litho printing, you need to take these factors into consideration such as the quantity of the print, the material you want the print to be printed on, your budget and the design you are wanting to be printed as both printers have their pros and cons and certain aspects of the factors you need to consider.
There are lots of different types of Business cards but keep in mind there are a difference in Price. You can also choose between Single side or Double Side.Full colour or Black and White
Uv gloss Front
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