The biggest difference between digital printing and offset printing is that the fixed cost of digital printing per print job is much lower. The variable cost per sheet, on the other hand, is much higher than in offset printing. This is because the startup costs at the digital printing machine are very low (low fixed costs). As a result, digital printing is especially interesting with small layers. Furthermore, the printing pressures of digital printing are shorter than those of offset printing, making it suitable for speed clocks. The machine has a short preparation time, which allows him to start printing almost immediately and the print before you know it is finished. Digital printing is cheaper when storing 0 to 250 pieces. When higher printouts are printed digitally, the costs will be high because the variable cost of this printing method is very high. For digital production, we offer two printing methods: inkjet, toner, canon..