Printing prices can vary considerably from printer to printer.
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UNDERSTANDING THE PRINTING INDUSTRY
Printers also differ depending on the size and quantity you want printed. Some printers are cheaper with big productions but they can be more expensive on smaller runs or business cards or one or two colour jobs etc, that’s because they are set up for specific type of work.
So unless you have some relationship or history with the printers and you know what they want and when for your job to run smoothly and effortlessly. That's where we come in...
You need the latest software which alone is very expensive to keep up with the changes as they happen... all to guarantee a 99% accuracy colour match.
Colour also changes depending on the type of paper or card you print on, for example – if you printed 100 Cyan (blue) on GLOSS and also printed on an UNCOATED paper or card like Bond you would get different colour results.
There are also different effects and colour depths like simple BLACK that you can do to achieve better or different results. For example, if you print with 100% Black and 40% Cyan you will also get a better coverage than 100% Black along… there are many different options to consider.
There are also different finishes you can add to give a totally different look and feel to your job - gloss or matt Machine varnishes, gloss or matt celloglazing etc.
This is why you need to get a professional to oversee your job from pre-press through to printing, cutting and delivery. In the end you will get your job done right the first time instead of hold ups with quality artwork or type of paper/card etc.
That is what we are all about. We deal with only high quality trade printers (that only trade with agencies) so we get a cheaper price and quality work - Did you know that other printers use these same printers as well because it is more cost effective and quality guaranteed?
The majority of the printers we use believe in being environmentally responsible. They use soy based inks on all jobs. Their plates are produced through the Agfa Azura chemical free plate processor and also offer many ranges printed on 100% Recycled Stock (certified).