New digital kit arrives on site.

Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 4:49 pm

We’ve bought some new digital kit and we think you are going to like it. Why?

Because we can now produce short run digital print jobs with:





Print onto:

flat size up to 700mm x330mm


on a range of textured finishes


foiling on digital print

Gold foiling on digital print

All those formats and processes you thought would only be possible when printing litho may now be available to you for short run digital work.  So all those ideas you have had but, never been able to follow through with, as you only want 10 copies for a pitch or 100 copies for a presentation. This may now be possible. Just like this sample rum label.


-Only need 10 copies?  No problem.

-Need it quickly? – not an issue as digital jobs can be turned around very quickly.

-Want a perfect bound book but only need 10 copies?  We can do it all in house.

Excited at the possibilities?  So are we.


digital print machine test

Training with Heidelberg

Sales Director Murray Thomson:
“Keeping up with the huge advancements in digital print we can now offer a fully integrated digital department showcasing all the latest technology offering high quality print on demand to 700mm with inline white, dayglow and clear varnish complimented with digital foiling, laminating and PUR binding to enable you to enhance your short run digital print all produced to the exacting quality standards that we have built our reputation on.”


We can support you by offering a full range of equipment that can achieve the best possible finish for your work and help you to produce shorter runs, when only a few are needed. We can also help to sell in a litho job by producing digital samples upfront. It really can make an idea come alive.

digital print

Printed digitally with a white and a black ink onto black Plike

Call for advice and guidance. We look forward to showing off our new wares.

What do you think of this black Plike printed with white and black ink. Very effective.

Do you have anything you would like to try?

View full details on the Print Week article.