Wide Format Printing
Our sales team can advise you on the ideal process for your print job.
Our equipment and skilled operators results in a quality outcome.
Direct to plate
With the latest and most advanced technology, our lithographic department is equipped with the highest quality printing plate, giving sharp pictures and fine detail to all printed products. With investment in cutting edge Sublima (AM) and (FM) screening technology along with 3600 DPI plate output, we have dramatically improved print quality giving your product the best possible finish.
4 Colour press
Ideal for brochures, flyers, newsletters, posters, magazine and catalogue content, full colour stationery, and presentation folders. We can print 15,000 B1 (1020mm X 720mm) sheets per hour, which equals 120,000 A4 pages.
Prints both sides of the page at once so the job is ready for finishing after one pass through the machine. We can print 15,000 B1 (1020mm X720mm) sheets per hour, which equals 240,000 A4 pages. Or we can print some or all 8 colours on one side of the sheet, giving you the option to add (along with your regular full colour print) specialised inks like spot colours, gold, silver, bronze, etc...
8 Colour plus
1 and 2 Colour presses
+ Business stationery + Note pads and copy books. + Numbering and perforation Ideal for tickets, + NCR Books: invoice books, delivery dockets, + Order & receipt books etc. With our full range of printing presses incorporating the latest technologies we print almost all types of print projects.
Our state of the art digital on demand print department provides unsurpassed quality and speed for both colour and black & white short run projects. Combined with our traditional printing press capacity, speed and finishing facility Standard Printers is your one-stop shop for any print project. With the addition of the first Xerox iGen4 high speed, full colour printer in Ireland, complementing our 5 existing digital presses we produce stunning full colour and black & white digital prints.
Variable data printing
A form of digital printing in which elements such as text, graphics and images may be changed from one printed piece to the next, without stopping or slowing down the printing process and using information from a database or external file. Instead of producing 10,000 copies of a single document, delivering a single message to 10,000 customers, VDP could print 10,000 unique documents with customized messages for each customer. It is as simple as uploading your Excel Spreadsheet of names and we will do the rest.
On demand prints
Documents, manuals and student literature which change revision regularly can be printed and delivered as needed, saving on storage space and waste due to revision changing.
Reproduce very high-quality colour and black and white copies of your documents quickly and cost effectively. We also accept softcopy documents and have a full design studio available in-house.
Short run documents
Design your promotional material to target a specific business sector, market, event, geographical area and get a higher return on your marketing campaigns.
Why not bring to your next sales presentation, copies of your brochures and handouts which include the prospects company name. You can even focus the entire brochure’s content on the service you are promoting and will show why your product is designed for their sector or company (just like your brochure). When the decision is being made, your presentation will stand out head and shoulders above the rest.
Date events &
Instead of hand writing dates and venues into your pre-printed posters and advertisements, why not add them into your poster design during printing for a professional and classy look.
Wide Format Printing
Wide Format Digital Printing (also known as Large Format Printing) is a very cost effective method of printing. For example, digital signage is economical on short print runs, as opposed to electronic signage, and can be produced as a vinyl PVC banner, a canvas or a mesh banner. Large construction hoardings, advertising hoardings and building wraps are also economical and offer long lasting outdoor graphic solutions.
Examples of products
+ Banners + Light-boxes + Billboards & Hoardings + Maps + Blueprints + Posters + Exhibition + Stands Signs & Displays + Flags + Window Graphics
Capabilities of wide format
+ Full Colour, Photo Quality Printing. + Photorealistic Printing at 1440 dpi Resolution. + Short Runs, Very Low Minimums. + Super Large Sizes. + Rigid and Flexible Materials. + Double Sided Prints. + UV Printing + Poly Based Inks: Excellent weather resistance.
Examples of materials
+ Backlit Film + One Way Vision + Canvas + Paper + Card + Perspex + Fabric + Plastic + Glass + Vinyl + Mesh + Wood + Metal Borderless printing for hoardings, exhibition stands etc., where you would have a seamless graphic along the whole length of the display. No laminating or mounting needed: Prints directly on materials up to 45mm thick.
With a wide range of finishing machinery, Standard Printers can finish every print project in-house enabling very fast turnarounds. We also supply a wide range of specialised finishing, making the product stand out even more. The information below outlines all our Print Finishing services, describing the industry term, along with an explanation of the finish and its common uses. We will help you along the way by offering samples and advice on how to make the most of your finished document.
Overlay & Protection
Using a laminate or varnish can not only add great impact to the presentation of your job, but it can also protect it from day-to-day use. Our design team can provide some creative solutions in using these special materials, so your document really stands out from the crowd. Lamination - Plastic film coating on one or both sides of sheet. Available in a gloss or matt finish; Posters, Paperback book and catalogue covers Glazing - Molten plastic applied to sheet; Very high end finished covers Varnish - A protective seal producing a glossy or matt finish; Newsletters, magazines and brochures Spot Varnish - Varnish applied to highlight parts of page; Covers, Images, Logos, special designs.
Binding is the process of physically assembling a document using a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper. Each method of binding has its own merits based on document size, paper choice, usage, budget, and presentation aims. Saddle Stitching : Multiple staples along the spine; Magazines, brochures, booklets. Perfect Binding : Glued instead of stitched along spine; Catalogues, books and thicker magazines Thread Sewn : Sections sewn together and glued-on spine; Hardback books, very high-end catalogues Wire Binding : A strong binding style using looping steel wire; Manuals and handouts Staple : Binding style using single or multiple steel staples; Docket booklets Glue bind : Cost effective alternative to perfect bind (tear away); Note Pads, calendars, receipt books.
Every print job is different, and at Standard Printers we specialise in customising your job to fit your needs. Whether it's a simple Invoice Book to a high-end fold-out brochure, we have the finishing resources to complete your project effectively. Die Cut - Windowed or shaped edge pages; Presentation folders and covers Perforation - Perforated lines for easy tear-away of pages; Vouchers, tickets, pullouts, NCR booklets Punch - Holes drilled through the edge of a document; Binder inserts, note pads Tabbing - Extended shaped tab on edge of page (printed); Binder dividers, file folders. (heavy card) Mounting - Applying sheet to rigid board, card etc; Posters, banners, signs, wall charts, calendars Numbering - Applying sequential numbers to each page; Tickets, vouchers, NCR books: receipt books.