Micro Printing – Reliable Digital Printing in Toronto

Digital Printing

 

Micro Printing is one of the most trusted destinations for high-quality digital printing in Toronto. With the use of the latest technology, attention to detail, a state-of-the-art facility, and a highly skilled team, we are dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for all your print-related needs. From black & white to full colour, we provide all types of printing services, whether for small or large format, and are well-known for our speedy and error-free work.

What Sets Us Apart

Apart from digital printing, we offer a wide variety of services including offset printing, web printing, large format printing, bindery and finishing, corporate kitting, and direct mail. The reasons why we have become a reliable printing company in the GTA include:

  • A conveniently located facility
  • High-grade printing
  • Printing and mail marketing solutions under one roof
  • A team of skilled designers
  • Strong infrastructure
  • Cost-effective services
  • Timely delivery of bulk orders

At Micro Printing, we take care of all your printing and marketing needs so you can focus on your day-to-day business. Our results-oriented approach, combined with excellent work and cutting edge technology, helps us provide error-free services while ensuring customer satisfaction. We are ready to go the extra mile to ensure that every order is precise, thus giving you your desired results.

Digital Printing vs. Offset Printing

We offer both offset and digital printing, but do you know the difference? Let’s take a look.

  1. 1) Technology

In offset printing, etched metal plates, generally made of aluminum, are used. These plates transfer an image onto a rubber blanket which is then rolled onto a sheet of paper or other substrates. It is called offset because the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper. In digital printing, electrostatic rollers, also called drums, apply toners or liquid inks onto the paper, instead of plates.

 

  1. 2) Time

Offset printing is a time-consuming process as one plate is used for one colour and the plates need to be etched for each image. Also, the press needs to run for a few minutes on scrap sheets of paper to make sure the plates are properly inked. Digital printing is faster than the offset method. Elimination of setup time and plates make shorter runs possible, thus ensuring incredible turnaround times.

 

  1. 3) Cost

Since offset printing requires multiple plates and extensive setup, the cost is higher than digital. However, the paper and ink used for offset printing are less expensive than those used in digital.

 

  1. 4) Volume 

Offset printing is best for higher volumes of copies (not for a higher number of sheets) whereas digital printing is ideal for a lower volume. This is because offset printing has a significant initial equipment set-up cost; therefore, the cost becomes less expensive as quantity increases.

 

Why Choose Our Digital Printing Services

From humble beginnings to over 20 years of industry experience, we’ve grown steadily over the years to become one of the most trusted digital printing companies in the GTA. When you choose us for your printing project, you can rest assured that you have come to the right place. We can take on all types of printing projects, including business cards, flyers, brochures, banners, magazines, books, posters and corporate stationery. We treat your order with the utmost care and deliver stunning, high-quality graphics with precision and speed. Our solutions are tailor-made to your business’s specific needs. When you choose us, you get:

  • Guaranteed print quality using the latest technology.
  • Rich and vibrant colours to make the final copy stand out.
  • A reliable and friendly team to identify and solve your problems.
  • All-inclusive printing solutions for your business.

We work closely with our clients to provide custom solutions for your printing needs. Our state-of-the-art equipment, skilled team and rich experience allow us to provide extraordinary print quality and quick turnarounds.

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Digital Printing Services

  1. 1) What do resolution and DPI mean?

Resolution refers to the fineness or sharpness of an image. If you’ve ever contacted a digital printing company, you’ve likely been told that all images should be at a resolution of 300 dpi. DPI refers to the number of ink dots per inch, with 300 dpi the standard for quality printed work. Anything less is not considered a good resolution. A low-resolution image appears grainy when enlarged. The greater the DPI the better is the resolution of the image.

 

  1. 2) How long does digital printing take?

Digital printing offers quick turnaround as no additional setup is required. That said, the time to deliver the final product depends on the number of copies printed.

 

  1. 3) What is digital printing used for?

Digital printing is a quick and cost-effective way to produce on-demand and short print runs. It is ideal for high-marketing materials quality packaging and displays, including office stationery, business cards, letterheads, posters, stickers, labels and flyers.

 

  1. 4) How do I go about getting a quote from you?

To request a quote for your printing project fill out this form. You can also call us toll-free at 855-670-7309 or email us at info@microprinting.ca.

 

  1. 5) What is the best file format to submit for printing?

The Portable Document Format (PDF) is the preferred file format for submitting a document for printing. It works with most professional printing and digital output devices.

 

  1. 6) What is the difference between RGB and CMYK?

RGB stands for red, green and blue; the three additive primary colours mixed to create different hues on a computer screen. CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow and black; they are inks digital presses mix to create different colours for printing. RGB is the best for digital work whereas CMYK is the best for printing work.


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