Top quality and better end product definition also thanks to digital printing which speeds up working and delivery time frames without ever compromising on graphics quality.
Faenza Printing uses digital technology to print books, brochures, magazines, invitations, cards and all other forms of visual communication supports in both small volumes and large surfaces.
There are a great many benefits to digital printing such as the opportunity to personalise printing projects including when work is already under way and starting with a single copy. It is this which distinguishes it from offset printing.
Despite the many benefits offered by digital printing there is still a market preference for offset printing which offers high printing resolution and definition on all types of paper, both smooth and non-smooth and on not-fully-even materials.
Offset printing is based on indirect printing technologies in which images are processed via a series of cylinders and not printed directly onto paper – as they are in digital printing – because the ink is first transferred onto lithographic plates, then onto rubber and lastly onto paper. The working process consists of three cylinders in contact with one another.
Faenza Printing uses offset printing technology for books, magazines, top quality catalogues and all printing products requiring medium-to-large print runs.
Offset printing products lose nothing of their beauty and quality over time and extend Faenza Printing’s product range, enabling us to respond to client demands as professionally as always.
Fine art printing and binding is at its best in facsimile printing which is ideal for reproductions of historic manuscripts and texts.
The beauty of facsimile volumes reproduced page by page via facsimile printing brings images, friezes and decorations from historic books to life.
Faenza Printing specialises in limited and specifically certified reproduction print runs for manuscripts emulating the sheet weight, page length and image colour of the originals.
There are very few printing firms in Europe whose expertise with facsimile printing can rival Faenza Printing’s.
It requires fine attention to detail by specialist artisans capable of bringing past glories to life.