In preparation for our upcoming trade show, we have our business card printing done with a Vietnam printing supplier. Fast and easy, our very own business cards were ready in just an hour time! Let us walk you through the printing process.
First, just a quick 3 minute walk will bring us to the shop from our office in District 3.
Once you enter the shop, a friendly shop assistant will greet you.
Next, simply send them the image file for your business card design. They will spend around 5 to 10 minutes to help you edit the design and print out a sample piece for you to review.
Here’s a sample printout for checking:
After reviewing, you can leave your final comments before the staff make the final edits. There after, the design is finalized. Once approved, the production begins!
There you have it! 200 business cards printed and ready in an hour, at just US$9.50!
Business Card Printing – Why Digital Printing
The fast speed and low cost is only possible because of digital printing.
- Less Expensive: Eliminates the plate-making cost and setting up cost for the presses.
- Less Time-consuming: For producing short runs and doing smaller print-on-demand jobs.
- More Flexible: Easier and less expensive to make last-minute changes to a print job or print multiple variations.
- More Straightforward: File preparation can be less complicated for those unfamiliar with commercial printing methods.
For our business cards, we used the laser printing. They are faster and cheaper than inkjets!
Apart from business card printing, digital printing is widely used for various applications such as:
- Book publishing
- Full color printing
- Poster, brochure, postcard, calendar printing, etc.
More than just firing off some document copies on your desktop printer, digital printing from a professional printing center allows businesses to access high quality printed promotional items!
To learn more about printing methods, do check out the blogs below:
Find out more about heat transfer/ sublimation printing!
Also, don’t forget about silk screen printing!
How about printing methods when it comes to metallic products?
Lastly, apart from 2D printing, read on to learn more about printing in 3D!