Why Choose Digital?

Digital printing could be the solution for you

Why not?

You don’t need too may copies and actually wouldn’t it be great to include some personalisation for your next mailing? (it’s proven to increase the open rate from the recipient) But call us and tell us about the job and we’ll let you know whether digital is an option.


The Heidelberg digital press providing a great finish, with a flat size up to 700 x 330mm which means we are able to print landscape A4 size brochures and folder, and with the number of digitally compatible papers expanding, there is a wide choice of finishes available with weights ranging from a light paper at 52gsm up to a light card at 350gsm.

Stock options

Previously the use of more creative finishes for short runs has often being cost prohibitive but we can now offer this service in house and at a more economical price. So getting the cover of a presentation folder foiled for a pitch is not as expensive or as time consuming as you might think, so give us a call and we will make recommendations on how best to proceed with your print, whether it be litho, digital or a combination of both

Take a look through the Digital Portfolio to explore the diversity on offer.

square back binding which looks like perfect binding by Bristol Printer, Apple Colour

Square back binding which looks like perfect binding


Cheat perfect binding

The square back binding available with digital work gives you all the visual effect of a perfect bound book, but it is actually a saddle stitch but with a defined square back spine.  If you are printing a few hundred copies then square back binding is a cost effective option to achieve this look.  If the number of pages become to bulky for the square back we have the PUR binding available which would give you a better finish and would work for a brochure from 24 pages upwards printed on a 150gsm.

Want to know more about our digital work or the square back binding vs the PUR binding?   Why not give us a call on 0117 972 8900 and one of the guys at the Bristol Printer will talk you through which technique would be the best to adopt.