A hybrid commercial printing process combines digital and offset in a single project
Hybrid print projects utilize our knowledgeable sales team and project managers who work with our customers to determine the best printing method for each unique project. Additionally, attention to specifications like size of art, variable data and overall quantities help establish the best fit. Many times a combination of offset and digital with a single project is the most cost and time effective method.
Revolutionizing Print: The Rise of Print Technology
The world of print technology is constantly evolving, and in recent years, a new player has emerged on the scene: hybrid print technology. Combining the best of both digital and traditional offset printing methods, this innovative approach is revolutionizing the industry. With its ability to produce high-quality prints at a faster rate and lower cost, hybrid print technology is quickly gaining popularity among businesses of all sizes. Whether you’re a business owner looking to improve your marketing strategy or a print purchasing manager curious about the latest advancements in the industry, RPI can assist you to create hybrid printing methods helping you to achieve your goals.
The Benefits of Combining Print Technologies
Hybrid print technology uses digital printing to lay down a base layer of ink, which is then embellished with offset lithograph printing techniques. This allows for the production of high-quality prints at a faster rate and lower cost than traditional printing methods alone. Additionally, hybrid print technology allows for the use of metallic inks, which are difficult to achieve with digital printing alone. The result is a print that has the depth and texture of offset printing methods, with the speed and cost-effectiveness of digital printing.
Examples of Hybrid Print Technology in Action
Hybrid print technology is being used in a variety of industries, from fashion to packaging to marketing. One example is the use of hybrid printing in luxury packaging. By combining digital printing with traditional printing methods, luxury brands can produce high-quality, tactile packaging that reflects the quality of their products. Another example is the use of hybrid printing in marketing materials. By using metallic inks and other embellishments, businesses can create eye-catching prints that stand out from the competition.
Hybrid Printing Process
Hybrid Printing Point of Purchase Example
Adopting Hybrid Print in your Business
If you’re a business owner looking to improve your marketing strategy, hybrid print technology may be worth considering. By combining the best of both digital and traditional printing methods, you can produce high-quality prints at a faster rate and lower cost than traditional printing methods alone.
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