What is best suitable for my project – offset or digital printing?
Offset printing is suitable for high-quality prints with consistent color and large runs over 2,000 pieces. Also, it supports a large variety of paper type with custom finishes. Digital printing is best used to deliver quick, small runs. It has the ability to produce metallic colors, and print on a wide variety of stock coatings. While digital printing is more advantageous for short runs, with offset printing, the more you print- the cheaper is the price per piece. As a general rule, if it’s under 2,000 pieces, it will be cheaper to produce on a digital printer.