Full colour printing

September 11, 2017 · Print This Article

In an increasingly competitive economy, companies are now more than ever looking for an edge over their competitors. Their marketing campaigns, which remains an important part of attracting new business, depends heavily on staying current and up to date with the latest trends in marketing. This means making use of new technology in their approach. Full colour printing remains one of the most effective forms of marketing available, and its popularity has only been on the increase with new and affordable technology, such as those used by Minuteman Press Hyde Park.

The history – colour printers

Colour printing’s history is long and illustrious. It dates back so far as to the 13th century, and has undergone many revolutions and changes throughout history. At first, because of its complicated production processes and the unavailability to skillful printers, full colour printing was not widely available to the masses.

However, this was set to change in the 19th century when colour printers were to become more widely accessible due to its widespread commercial success. In Europe especially, numerous methods of colour printing were developed, which included chromo xylography, or woodcut for simplification and also lithograph. This paved the road to what we today use in modern colour printers, and what Minuteman Press Hyde Park specialises in.

Minuteman Press Hyde Park

Minuteman Press Hyde Park makes available to their clients a wide variety of colour printing solutions for all their clients’ full colour printing needs. The services and products offered range from booklets printed on demand, catalogues, business cards design and prints, letterheads, presentation folders, colour copies and brochures. Give Minuteman Press a call for full colour printing services in Hyde Park today.

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