Offset Printing Wedding Card Service Expanded by Winning Albany Auckland Printer

The Pride-in-Print awards winning printing company Laserfoil Design and Print from Albany, Auckland have expanded by providing high volume printing services with the introduction of a new digital printer to give an alternative to offset printing.

Auckland, New Zealand - October 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

The Pride in Print awards winning printing company Laserfoil Design and Print, situated in Albany, Auckland have expanded their ability to provide high volume digital printing to their existing offset printing services with the introduction of a new digital printer. Offset printing allows the printer flexibility to meet and to personalize every piece individually that will usually exceed the expectations of customers.

More information is available at http://laserfoil.co.nz or call 09 419 4168 to discuss your requirements with one of Laserfoil Design and Print friendly staff.

The best way to print large quantities remains the Offset printing process. This printing process is printing with printer’s inks using a ‘blanket’ to apply the ink to the page. This process is very flexible to ​print all sorts of different projects from newspapers to magazines and packaging labels to business cards. The benefit of the Offset printing process is that a print can be in one colour or many colours at the same time. This process is both fast and reliable. What that means is the job could be done in long runs and still producing a consistent high-quality result. Another benefit is that it gives much more flexibility to choose heavier stocks and stock with texture. As with digital printing the print process uses CMYK colours but can also use ‘spot’ or Pantone colours to give much better results.

When the present owners Tim and Melissa Morris took over the business in 2009 they knew that there was plenty of room for growth of the business. Over the years they introduced letterpress printing, digital foil printing and the Spot UV Over Gloss process. Their passionate staff are eager to assist customers with the choice of material and printing process, and the print shop has a vibrant approachable culture which makes new customers recurring customers.

As an alternative to Offset printing digital foil printing has got the advantage that it is printed directly from a file on the computer. This means there are no set up costs, making it ideal for short runs and smaller orders. It can also provide a professional finish in half the time when foil is introduced rather than using the traditional foil application. The major difference is that it doesn’t have the same physical quality as traditional hot foil printing. The reason for that is there is no heat involved. The ink sits merely as a layer on the paper rather than being imprinted into it. Compared to hot foil printing the paper choice is limited and best practice is to seal it with a laminate.

Laserfoil Design and Print introduced the Offset print process for the following reasons:

· Offset gives an extremely accurate position which can be very important if foil is added or other embellishments which need to line up precisely on the page.

· Great for larger runs

· Consistent and reliable

· Can do custom colours via the pantone colour system

· Can do gold and silver inks

· Works on a wide variety of stocks and products

· Suited to medium and large runs due to set up time and cost

· Very accurate position

Wedding stationery is a perfect product for using Offset printing. Order wedding stationery from Laserfoil is easy by visiting the website

http://laserfoil.co.nz or the design can be sent by e-mail or customers can call 09 419 4168 to discuss the layout and design with one of the Laserfoil experts.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Morris
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Organization: Laserfoil Design & Print
Address: 3c Miro Place Albany, Auckland, Auckland 0632, New Zealand
Phone: +64-9-419-4168
Website: http://www.laserfoil.co.nz

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88926171

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