Printing processes explained
At Shereno Printers, we pride ourselves on offering the widest range of print services in-house from our well-equipped facility located in Boksburg, Gauteng. An integrated approach to print excellence allows us to merge modern digital-image generation with traditional printing processes under one roof, allowing our clients to benefit from state-of-the-art technologies, practices and solutions as well as our unique flexibility to deliver the results you’re looking for.
The digital printing process is the modern-day answer to high quality, fast prints – which is what makes it the most-favoured of printing methods today. Artwork is sent directly to either a laser or inkjet printer, significantly reducing set up costs and allowing for faster turnaround times.
Also known as litho or offset printing, the lithographic printing process has been around for centuries, and despite modern advancements in the industry such as digital print technologies, litho still remains a popular choice for producing high quality, large volume prints.
Web printing, or web offset printing, differs from traditional lithographic sheet fed printing in that, instead of using individual sheets, printing is carried out on a continuous roll of paper or other substrate, allowing for faster print speeds.
As your single-source printing solutions partner, Shereno has a modern in-house design studio which offers print design and layout services to help clients capture their creative vision in a way that effectively translates to print.