Litho Printing

Ideal for long run printing.

Business Stationery

Everything from letterheads to business cards.

Social Stationery

Weddings, Birthdays, Funerals.

What we do

Lithographic printing

Invented in 1796 by a Bavarian author named Alois Senefelder, he saw it as a cheap method of publishing theatrical works; lithography can be used to print text or artwork to paper or other suitable material.  Lithography originally used an image drawn or etched into a coating of wax or an oily substance applied to a lithographic stone as the medium to transfer ink to a blank paper sheet, and so produce a printed page.

Letterpress printing

Is the relief printing of text and image using a printing press and movable type, in which a reversed, raised surface is inked and then pressed into a sheet of paper to obtain a positive right-reading image. It was the standard form of printing text from its invention by Johannes Gutenberg in the mid – 15th century until the 19th century and remained in wide use for books and other uses until the second half of the 20th century.

Digital printing

This process refers to methods of printing from a digital based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources are printed using large format and/or high volume laser or inkjet printers.

Digital printing has a higher cost per page than more traditional offset printing methods but this price is usually offset by the cost saving in avoiding all the technical steps needed in between to make printing plates.

It also allows for on demand printing*, short turn around, and even a modification of the image (variable data) with each impression.

The main differences between digital printing traditional methods such as lithography, flexography, gravure, or letterpress are that no printing plates are used, resulting in a quicker and less expensive turn-a-round time.

Professional digital printing machines, such as inkjet or laser printers, are the most common examples of digital printing.