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Our Commercial Printing Services

When your business is choosing which commercial printing companies to use, you want to ensure you are getting the best service and best quality prints. Action Mailing & Printing Solutions have the technology and experience to help your company with all its commercial printing needs.

Some of our online commercial printing services include:

  • Business Cards
  • Postcards
  • Direct Mail
  • Trade Show Banners
  • Flyers
  • Brochures
  • Posters
  • Plus much more.

You might be wondering how we produce a great range of commercial prints. We have various printing methods we use such as our state-of-the-art digital presses and our commercial printer that produce high image quality with a satisfaction guarantee. You can choose to have your prints in full color or black and white.

What Is Commercial Printing?

Commercial printing is simply when you print something for your business. This could be leaflets, posters, menus or brochures, etc. There are a couple of types of commercial printing to choose from these include digital and offset printing.

Types Of Commercial Printing

Digital Printing

Digital commercial printing is when you take a digital-based image from the computer and send it to a digital printer which will print your image directly onto your chosen surface. Digital printers are usually inkjet or toner-based printers, which means it uses wet ink to create the image on the paper. The image printed is carefully analyzed before printing, it takes the pixels and carefully replicates the image with a controlled deposition of ink and exposure.

The advantages of using a digital printer are that they are a great time saver. They are usually much quicker than using traditional printing plate, which effectively makes the prints a cheaper option. As the image is being printed digitally there is more room for customization, which means each leaflet, brochure or flyer can be personalized to each order. It is also great if you change your mind on design and need a last-minute change.

Offset Printing

This is where you use traditional printing methods such as plates and wet ink to create prints, where it needs a technician to watch and guide the prints. Offset printing usually produces vibrant, high-quality, and professional prints. Offset printing is the best choice for high volume, however, because of the complexity of offset printing, it is usually the more expensive option of the two. If you are in a rush to get your prints then offset printing isn’t for you, it has a slower turnaround time than digital printing.

Which Printing Type Is Best For Your Business?

If you are going purely on price then digital printing is the best cost-effective option for you. If you are basing your decision on quality then you should choose offset printing. Although digital printing is making strides and producing high-quality prints, offset printing gives it that little extra crisp and professional feel. If you are thinking about ordering a large quantity then offset printing will be able to cater to your needs more efficiently. So at the end of the day, the best option really is whatever you are hoping to get out of the printing process.

So the question you have to ask yourself is what do you want out of your print projects? Take a look below to see what fits the needs for your business more and then you should be able to decide which printing option is the best way forward.

  • Fast turn around choose: Digital printing
  • The ability to change your design at the last minute, choose: Digital printing.
  • Option to print on a variety of materials choose: Offset printing.
  • True and vibrant colors choose: Offset printing.
  • Freedom to customize your prints choose: Digital printing.
  • A clearer and clean printed image choose: Offset printing.

We hope that this has helped narrow down your options and has given you a clearer understanding of what commercial printing is and how it’s done.  Action Mailing & Printing Solutions are here to help guide you through the process and help you make the right choice for your business. So if you are still struggling to know what the best option for you is and need a little guidance do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our trusty customer service team members by calling (816) 307-2187 or filling out the form on our Contact page.

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