Digital Room Adds Class to Your Catalog Prints
July 16, 2009
Catalog printing is about being highly visual and showing off your content the best way possible. Make your customers’ catalog browsing experience even better with Digital Room’s classy catalog prints! We’ll show you how we take care to give you extra bang for the buck from start to finish, so if you’re looking to print your professional catalogs, read on.
Quality Offset Catalog Printing from Digital Room
Your catalog pages will be run through a process called offset printing. Offset printing is much better than typical digital printing because it offers consistent high image quality, up to the very last page. Images are sharper, text is clearer and there’s no risk of color bleeding.
Offset printing also lets us produce quantities of up to 20,000 runs for bulk catalog print orders. So if you’re worried about finding an online printing company that can produce real quality with high quantity, you can finally rest assured. You’ve come to the right people.
Our high-quality paper stocks will improve your color catalog pages’ first impression to your customers. Whether you want them with a glossy or matte finish, our professional printing services will wow your crowd. You even have an option to print your catalog covers at the same time, so you don’t have to worry about making another job order.
If you think that was a good enough deal for your money, we’re offering even more. We can bind your catalogs so they’re ready to use when they arrive, either saddle-stitched or with wire-O binding.
Saddle-stitch is the same as staple binding, and works great for catalogs with few pages and are made with paper stock all throughout. But if you opted for a sturdier stock to protect your catalog’s inside pages, or your catalog is a hefty multi-pager print booklet with lots of goodies inside, try wire-O binding. It’s classier than typical spiral booklet binding, and your catalog pages won’t easily tear with use.
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