What’s the benefit of digital printing over offset printing?

It enables shorter turnaround, lower costs for short runs, less variations in ink and can be used to create personalized mailings as in variable data printing.

When should I use offset printing?

Offset printing is a good choice for cost-effective, high-volume jobs that demand high image quality, Pantone ink and may require printing on different materials (e.g., paper, wood, cloth, plastic, etc.).

What quantities are best suited to digital printing?

Short-runs between 1–2,500 pieces.

How fast can a digital print job be turned around?

We operate on a 24/7 basis and turn around a time-sensitive print job by the next day.

Is there a size limitation for digital printing?

We can apply digital printing on materials ranging in size from [insert size range, small to big].

Are there certain design programs that you accept for your print files?

We can work with a wide range of commonly used design formats, from Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Pagemaker and QuarkXPress to PowerPoint, Microsoft Excell, Publisher and Word.

Do you have requirements for image resolution?

Yes. For the best quality, your photo and graphic image resolution should be a minimum of 300 dpi. Also all photos should be save in CMYK mode and not RGB mode for best results.

We have a trade show abroad for which we need printed materials? Can you help us there?

Yes. We are part of the Sterling Global Network and can meet your needs cost-effectively and time-efficiently on a global basis.

Does your company adhere to environmentally sound practices?

Yes. Digital printing, by its very nature, helps preserve the environment and natural resources and, whenever appropriate, we encourage the use recycled papers. We also adhere to energy-efficient practices.

How do I send my files?

Refer to the File Prep section of this website for easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.

How do I obtain an estimate on my print job?

Refer to the Request a Quote section of this website.