At Claremon, we use a combination of lithographic, digital and large formats to optimise each project. We use our expertise to decide on the best way to achieve the quality and finish required for each project.
Lithographic and offset printing (litho for short) uses plates and ink to print onto a variety of substrates. It’s all about the chemistry, requiring a highly skilled team to ensure the quality of the end result. It may take longer to set up than a digital printer, but it’s ideal for high volume, repeat items, guaranteeing extreme accuracy and colour reproduction.
Litho is the perfect choice for projects requiring sharp and vibrant print at high volumes, such as top quality brochures, catalogues and magazines.
In contrast, digital printing uses digital-based images to print directly onto the chosen media. It’s the perfect choice for low volume projects from digital sources, produced using high volume laser and/or inkjet printers and large format equipment.