Digital printing is a flexible process that can accommodate full colour, photographic images and small print runs easily. Combine that with full coverage print and you can see why our digital print luxury bag is such a popular choice.
Digital Print Process
High speed digital presses use CMYK inks, exactly like your desktop printer, but much larger and faster. If you can put it in a file, we can put it on a bag! Flat sheets are printed, then cut and folded to make the final product. Which means that the print area is just as big as your bag. No small logos, just edge to edge, vibrant colour.
Digital Print Options
Our digital bags are available in a small range of standard sizes to make sure that the turnaround times stay short. But that doesn’t mean that they are one size fits all. There are still some optional extras available!
We can add a gloss or matt laminate, to protect your print and give the bag a longer life. Lamination also stops fingerprints and dirt from sticking to the bag making it look fresher for longer.
A selection of handle colours are available from stock. Black and white are always there of course, but some colours go in and out of stock as demands change. Get in contact with us for the latest availability.
Spot colours can be combined with digital printing, as an additional process. Which means hot foils or a UV varnish can be added to give exactly the style your clients are looking for. These processes may increase cost and lead times. Get in touch for more advice and information.
Digital Print Luxury Bag – Technical Details
Digital printing requires high resolution files. Images will need to be at 300dpi at final print size and fonts will need to be converted to outlines. Save everything into an AI file or a high quality PDF and we can do the rest! Compared to lithographic printing, digital print takes a relatively long time and so is suited to shorter runs. Contact us for more details and we can give you more advice and, of course, an accurate quote.
Digital printing presents a different set of challenges to lithographic print. Click here to view our designer’s guide to getting the best results from digitally printed bags.