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About Production Methods

At Pronto Print, we use several different processes to print your products. The choice of production method impacts other job parameters like turnaround time, price and available papers. When configuring a product, you can specify which production method to use, and see the impact your choice has on the job parameters. Read on to learn more about our production methods.

Digital Toner Press

Digital Toner Presses are high-resolution color imaging devices similar to color copiers, but with much improved quality. This production method is ideal for short-run printing, variable data imaging, or when you need high-quality color printing on demand. We currently use Canon ImagePress 6000.

Digital Offset Press

Similar to the Digital Toner Press, our Digital Offset Press is great for full-color on demand printing, but uses liquid ink, for true high-resolution offset printing. This process becomes economical at a quantity of 400-700 press sheets, and is not suitable for ultra-short runs or very long runs of 20,000 or more. The trusty Heidelberg QMDI is our choice of Digital Offset Press.

Commercial Offset Printing

For some high-volume or standard orders, we turn to large commercial sheetfed presses to get the job done. The quality is premium, and we often have a choice of coatings (like UV or Aqueous). This production method usually has the lowest unit price, but takes longer to turn around.

Wide-format Aqueous

Also known as inkjet or giclee, Wide-format Aqueous is used for printing posters, art, point of sale displays and more. The wide-format printers use pigment-based archival grade inks on roll stock up to 44" wide. We have several papers available for a variety of applications.

Wide-format Solvent

Similar to Aqueous Wide-format, but more suited to signage purposes like outdoor banners and displays.

Duplication

High-speed black and white copy/print devices for all your monochromatic (black/white) copy and printing jobs.

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