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Early digital machines were not a substitute for litho print, as the quality wasn't at the level it has reached in today's marketplace. Digital printing was usually reserved for 'throwaway' jobs, leaflets, dance tickets, luggage tags etc...
These days, although the print quality is not quite on a par with litho, the results are perfectly acceptable for many.
Digital machines can now handle thicker materials, whereas previously only very thin paper and boards were printable.
The first question one should ask oneself before deciding on either of the two systems: how important to you is consistent colour across your corporate brand?
Achieving colour consistency across all your business stationery and promotional items is a technical business.
Just think of the differences in materials used across items such as business cards, letterheads, glossy leaflets, plastics, vinyl, clothing etc... and you'll understand the headaches involved in getting colour to look consistent on all the different materials.
So, before you dive in and start having all your stationery produced digitally, you will need to decide how important you consider keeping the colour consistent for your corporate image. The amount of stationery you require will also have a bearing on which method to choose. If you are routinely ordering low-
Companies, such as ourselves, who utilise both technologies will hopefully give you the advice that's best for your particular situation.
If you are not sure how to proceed, either drop us a line, or email your requirements to us and we will do our best to give you the most relevant advice for your particular situation.