Indigo Colour Printing

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HP Indigo is the market leading digital printing technology because it produces results which are close to those delivered by lithographic printing but with the turnaround times and short-run capabilities you would expect from digital printing.

Our HP Indigo press is installed at our central London production unit, delivering highly accurate PANTONE® emulations with the only PANTONE®-licensed 6- and 7-colour on-press solution in digital printing.

For clients where brand colour matching is of paramount importance, we can provide accurate brand color matching with off-press color mixing which covers up to 97% of the PANTONE® range.

We can Indigo print over 90 full colour SRA3 sheets per minute and over 272 mono sheets per minute, delivering exceptionally quick turnaround times and supporting the fast pace of business in London.

Furthermore, Indigo printing offers specialty inks which will help you produce unique and impactful projects that get you noticed. From unique applications using white ink to eye-catching gloss effects, Indigo printing with specialty inks help your work stand out.

Items which benefit from Indigo printing

  • Brochures and marketing materials
  • Short runs of business cards
  • Items on synthetic stocks e.g. waterproof menus
  • Items on coloured board with the use of white ink

Most Popular FAQ’s for Indigo Colour Printing

What’s the difference between Indigo printing and ‘normal’ digital printing?

To put it simply, digital printing can be perfectly good for day to day printing but the Indigo method is a step up in every way. Colours stand out and are much more accurate, resolution is greater, solid blocks are smoother, the advantages are endless. When a job really needs to look as good as possible, Indigo is the only game in town.

How many sheets can you print per day?

We have the capacity across the Group to print over 102 million sheets per day, all in central London.

I sent you the artwork as a PDF, why are you sending me a PDF proof?

The PDF we send back to you has been ‘processed’ at our end ready for printing, it’s not the same as the PDF artwork that you originally sent us. You should carefully check this as embedded images and fonts may have ‘dropped off’ despite our best efforts between softwares.

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