Our USA board book factory offers two printing methods that include digital and offset printing. We’ve listed their differences, and when it makes sense to choose one over the other for your next print project.
Digital printing is a modern printing method where a digital image is sent directly to the printer using digital files such as PDFs or graphics from software such as Illustrator and InDesign. Think of your inkjet or laser printer at a large scale. There is no need for printing plates which saves money and time.
Offset printing has been in existence for over a century. Newspapers, magazines, postcards are printed on an offset press. In offset printing, ink is transferred from a plate to a rubber sheet and then rolled onto the printing material. Great for high volume and yields unparalleled color results.
Not sure what is best for you? Please contact us if you have more questions about which direction would be the most beneficial and cost-effective for your mass production project.
From start to finish, our mass production process is designed to help you bring your stories to print in a simple and timely fashion.Our Process
Our board book factory in New York offers digital and offset printing from 1000 in a few popular formats and goes up to whatever you need.Learn More
Our Board books are durable and made to withstand the chomping, chewing, bending and attempted tearing from babies and toddlers.Safety Standards
We offer several popular trim sizes and page counts for clients who are looking to produce quantities that start at 1,000 copies.Discover Our Formats
Discover the difference between digital and offset printing of board books to help determine the best route for your book.Understand the Difference