A type of printing focused on producing high volumes of printed copies quickly. It is designed to handle large print jobs, such as books, brochures, catalogs, and marketing resources. This specific type of printing differs from traditional printing, which is geared toward producing small quantities of printed resources.
Key features and benefits of print production include:
Designed to handle large print jobs, with the ability to print thousands of pages per hour. This makes them ideal for businesses that need to produce many printed items quickly.
Built for speed, allowing for fast turnaround times on large print jobs. This is particularly useful for businesses with tight deadlines or last-minute printing needs.
Uses advanced technology and fine inks to produce sharp, vibrant prints. They also can handle a wide range of paper stocks and sizes.
More value-driven than traditional printing for large print jobs, as the cost per page decreases with higher volumes.
Businesses will have more control over the final product and can easily make changes or corrections. This eliminates the need to work within the constraints of external print shops' schedules.
Control over volumes:
Control over print volumes, resulting in more cost-efficiency and eliminating the need to order excess prints to qualify for quantity discounts.