Digital printing is a versatile, sustainable, and efficient printing method that offers many benefits over traditional offset printing. One of the most significant advantages of digital printing is its ability to produce short runs of high-quality printed materials quickly and at a lower cost than offset printing. This makes it ideal for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals who need a limited number of printed materials. Another benefit of digital printing is its ability to print on a wide range of materials, including paper, cardstock, plastic, fabric, and more. This leads to greater creativity and flexibility in the design and production of printed materials.
NFI Corp has worked through the years on finding ways to become more sustainable. One of the ways was by investing in our digital printing technology by purchasing 4 HP Indigo Machines. HP Indigo is a digital printing technology that is known for its high-quality printing and sustainability advantages. One of the ways in which our HP Indigo machines are more sustainable than other digital printing methods is its use of HP ElectroInk, a proprietary ink system that is designed to be more environmentally friendly than traditional inks. Unlike traditional inks, HP ElectroInk is a water-based ink system that is non-toxic and contains no volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This means that it produces fewer emissions and is less likely to have a negative impact on air quality. Additionally, HP ElectroInk is designed to be more energy efficient than traditional inks, which helps to conserve resources and reduce carbon emissions.
Another aspect of HP Indigo's sustainability is its ability to print on a wide range of sustainable material options. HP Indigo presses are able to print on a variety of paper stocks, including FSC certified papers, recycled papers and also supports waterless printing, further reducing the environmental impact. This makes it possible to produce printed materials that have a lower environmental impact than those produced using other digital printing methods.
In conclusion, digital printing has many benefits over traditional printing, including its ability to produce short runs of high-quality printed materials quickly and at a lower cost and its ability to print on a wide range of materials. Additionally, digital printing is a more sustainable printing method than offset printing, as it uses less ink and paper, can print on recycled and eco-friendly materials, produces less chemical waste, and allows for more efficient distribution of printed materials. Thus, choosing digital printing over offset printing can be a responsible and sustainable choice for businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals. Contact NFI Corp today to find out ways to make your products more sustainable.