Raised Ink goes Digital

Raised Ink makes a tactile impression that stands out on marketing collateral, graphic design and any custom printed piece. Raised Ink is a cost-effective digital print solution giving both designers and marketers another tool to craft interesting collateral that achieves maximum response from a target audience. See the New! Raised Ink blog post Now I’m

New! Raised Ink

Stunning Tactile Print Effect on our 7500S Indigo Digital Press Raised Ink makes a tactile impression that stands out on marketing collateral, graphic design and any custom printed piece. Our new Raised Ink is a digital print technology that creates an effect similar to thermography with some very positive differences. The print quality is clear

True White Ink

Indigo Digital Printing White ink is here. Digital printing is rapidly morphing into a quality creative marketing avenue. No longer quick and dirty–expect high-quality reproduction, G7 certified color accuracy and utilize creative substrate and ink options. Short-run, highly targeted and personalized print pulls some of the best marketing returns of all communication channels. High-quality design

Why G7 Master Certification?

Premier Press is proud to be in the elite group of printers with G7 Master certification. Why? Color identifies you. Color is your brand. You work hard to develop your image and it is important to protect your brand by getting color correct every time on every output device.

Printed Color Goes Bad! CMYK vs. RGB

CMYK vs. RGB Monitors, digital cameras and scanners use RGB (red, green,blue) to produce color while the printing process uses CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black). Each process blends colors to produce a full range of color. Some colors do not reproduce well in 4-color process. Color intensity and increase of the actual color gamut can

Printed Color Goes Bad! EQUIPMENT & PERSONNEL

Equipment & Personnel Resources Not all printing equipment is the same and not all press operators produce the same quality work. Digital presses range from a glorified color toner style copier to a close-to-offset quality with a liquid ink. Smaller offset presses do not have the extensive roller system to lay down ink evenly and

Printed Color Goes Bad! COLOR REPRODUCTION

Color Reproduction Crashing surf, brilliant sun, blue sky, mega-ripper riding a curl in your client’s brilliant orange board shorts, totally bitchin, and jumping off your screen. Now translate that into a printed catalog cover. Monitors transmit light, achieving the broadest spectrum of color and intensely displaying every detail from shadow to highlight. Printed color, on

Printed Color Goes Bad! RESOLUTION

RESOLUTION Isn’t this image great? I found it on the web. And yes, it looks great on screen, however, printed color requires a much higher resolution. Image resolution is measured by the number of dots/pixels per inch. To produce rich detailed color on a printing press, generally 300 dpi is recommended. An image used on

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