On-demand Printing Services

The Media Mafia Print Shop

Print on demand

On-demand printing services, also known as print-on-demand (POD), refer to printing products as needed rather than being produced in bulk. It is a digital printing process that allows for customisation and eliminates the need for large print runs.

At The Media Mafia, our on-demand printing services will take the need for large print orders away so that you save time and money. Previously, you would need to print thousands of copies to make your project affordable, but this is not the case anymore. Our world-class digital printers give the best quality at the best prices.

CJV 30-130 Digital Large Format Printer

How does it work?

We have made it easy for you to order your prints online. You place the order, we print and delivery. As easy as that. We print. You Profit.

And if you can’t find what you are looking for on our website, or require custom printing solutions, contact us and we will create a bespoke print best suited to your needs.

Offset vs Digital Printing

Offset printing and digital printing are two commonly used printing methods, each with its own advantages and applications.

Offset printing is a traditional printing technique that involves transferring ink from metal plates to a rubber blanket and then onto the printing surface, typically paper. It is known for its high image quality, color accuracy, and the ability to handle large print volumes. Offset printing is ideal for projects that require precise color matching, Pantone colors, and specialty finishes like spot varnishes or metallic inks. However, it usually involves a longer setup time, higher initial costs, and is less suitable for short print runs.

On the other hand, digital printing is a modern printing method that directly transfers digital files onto the printing surface without the need for plates. It offers quick turnaround times, cost-effective production for low print volumes, and the ability to customize each print piece. Digital printing is suitable for on-demand printing, variable data printing (personalized content), and short print runs. While it may not match the exact color precision of offset printing, digital printing has improved significantly in recent years, delivering high-quality results with vibrant colors and sharp details. It also offers the advantage of easier file modifications and proofing processes.

In summary, offset printing is preferred for large print volumes and projects that require precise color control and specialty finishes. Digital printing, on the other hand, excels in flexibility, speed, cost-effectiveness for short print runs, and customization capabilities. The choice between offset and digital printing depends on the specific requirements of the project, budget considerations, and the desired print quantities.

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