How will you print my DVDs?
With DVD replication there are 2 choices for printing your artwork on disc; Screen DVD Printing and Offset DVD Printing (often known as Litho).
Screen printing is best suited to solid colours and for matching Pantone colours. Screen printing is also for applying effects such as lacquers or varnishes, either to the whole disc or to portions of it. For example a UV gloss to pick out logos on a black print makes for a very interesting and creative effect.
Offset printing (sometimes known as litho printing) is best for full colour prints such as photographic designs or prints with large colour graduations. It is also possible to combine the two so for example using a varnish on top of a full colour print.
If you are in any doubt as to which disc print is going to be the most suitable for your DVD replication project then please email us, we are only too happy to help.
For DVD paper parts or card packaging there is only one choice and that is Offset printing. This is the most cost effective way to print paper and is also the best quality.