Digital Printing

Digital printing is a printing method from an image that is digital-based to a variety of media. It generally refers to professional printing where jobs that are small-run from desktop publishing and some other digital sources are printed using inkjet printers or high-volume lasers or in large format. Digital printing has a little higher cost for each page which is more than the method of offset printing, but this price is generally offset by avoiding the cost of technical steps that are needed to make printing plates.

It allows printing that is on-demand, modification of images, and a short turnaround time, used for each impression. The ever-increasing capability and the saving in the labor of digital presses mean that digital printing has reached a point where it can supersede or match the ability of offset printing technology to produce bigger prints of some thousand sheets at an affordable price.


The difference between analog methods and digital printing such as letterpress, gravure, flexography, and lithography is that there is no requirement to replace printing plates in digital printing, whereas the plates are repeatedly replaced in analog printing. This results in lower cost and quicker turnaround time in digital printing but in most commercial digital printing processes, there is a loss of detail.

The most popular methods include laser printers and inkjet, which deposit toner and pigment onto substrates such as marble, metal, glass, canvas, and paper. The toner of ink does not permeate the substrate in most of the process like conventional ink, but a thin layer is formed on the surface that may be adhered to the substrate with ultraviolet or thermal curing by a fuser fluid.


Fine art digital inkjet printing is a type of printing directly to an inkjet printer from a computer file image as a final output. It evolved from a technology known as digital proofing from Kodak and other big manufacturers, with printers and artists trying to adapt these prepress proofing machines that are dedicated to fine-art printing. There was an experimentation with many of the printer types, the most notable is the IRIS printer.

These papers were initially limited to glossy papers, but the use of a variety of papers was allowed by the IRIS graphics that included non-traditional and traditional media. For fine art digital printmaking, the IRIS printer was the standard for many years and still today it is in use but is suspended by big-format printers from different manufacturers such as HP and Epson that use archival substrates, fade-resistance, and archival links designed for fine-art printing. Substrates that are in fine art inkjet printmaking include fine-art papers that are traditional such as fabric, experimental substrates such as plastic and metal, untreated and treated canvas Arches watercolor paper, Rives BFK.

For those artists who are making reproductions for their original work, inkjet printing will be more expensive on a basis of per-print than the traditional four-color offset lithography, but the artist does not have to pay with the inkjet printing for the expensive setup of the printing plate or the storage and marketing needed for the runs of large four-color offset print. Inkjet reproductions can be sold and printed on demand in accordance. Inkjet printing has the advantage that allows the artists to take control of their images’ production, including final color correction and the substrates that are used, with some artists operating and owning their printers.

The output of digital art is also allowed by Digital inkjet printing of all types as an element in a further art piece or finished pieces. Experimental artists sometimes add media or texture to the surface of the final print or use it as a part of mixed-media work. For the process, many terms have been used over years. Thousands of digital printmakers and print shops now offer services to digital artists, photographers, and painters around the world.


Digital printing is a new paragon for the industry. It gives more flexibility, features, and choices than older methods such as flexographic or offset printing. We expect the materials that are printed to be up to date and accurate, clients need printers that are able to produce high quality, cost-effective, and short-run printing in the fastest time frame. However, it is not that easy to choose a process that will suit best for your job, so before choosing about printing your design there are a few things to consider like Customization, Short runs, Cost-effectiveness, Timeliness, and High quality. Digital printing gives one of the most affordable answers that help to customize business cards, letters, direct mail pieces, marketing materials, etc.

Customization is used by almost all the clients nowadays and is very helpful stuff for them. It is also an ideal method of producing medium to short print runs compared to the other traditional methods. There is way less investment involved to set up a single job because the printing plates are not needed. There are lesser steps in the process of printing, so as a result the final product is delivered quicker. High quality offers impressive consistency and quality over other options. There are not any issues with harsh lines and the colors show up accurately on the print. The quality of the flier, brochure, and last card in a batch with digital printing is the same as that of the first. plate.


An image is directly sent to the printer with a digital printing method using digital files in PSD, TIFF, PDF, or other formats. Digital printing is used for items that need smaller quantity orders and a high amount of detail. There are no stages of pre-press between the final product and the digital document files, unlike conventional printing. It comes out perfectly when some stages are followed properly such as the file being prepared with a sharp and clean image in high resolution for the requirement of print’s size. Bleed and crop marks are added as required.

Crop marks are the lines that are present at the corner of the print job. Crop mark makes sure that no edges that are unprinted occur after trimming the bleed in the final document. The next stage is an imposition which is making sure that the maximum area of the paper is used for print in order to cut down on paper waste and make the job efficient. Your electronic document file that is the text or image that you are printing before being sent to the printer will need to be converted to a JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP file format. These are also known as raster image bitmaps or files. Pdf is also used to print depending on the software used.

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