Digital Offset / Indigo

Duggal’s Manhattan headquarters are now home to our new Indigo 12000 digital offset press. The Indigo prints with astounding speed and detail, allowing us to produce top-quality brochures, photo books, cards, portfolios, calendars, invitations, direct mail and marketing materials in mass quantities with lightning turnaround. Variable data printing allows us to customize each piece for different audiences or information, without the press stopping or even slowing down.

Indigo 12000 Specs

  • Seven Colors (CMYK, Orange, Violet and White)
  • Prints up to 20″ x 29″
  • Substrates include fine art papers, acetates, pressure sensitive vinyl, glossy, silk, and uncoated papers.
  • Exotic material substrates include canvas, foil, and static cling materials.

Applications

  • Signs
  • Flyers
  • Posters
  • Pamphlets
  • Post Cards
  • Fashion Look Books
  • Business Cards

Sat. 10/13/18

4 Simple Food Photography Tips

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Sat. 10/13/18

What to Look for in a Retouching Agency

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Sat. 10/13/18

Fabric Printing Pre-Production: A Three-Step Process

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Sat. 10/13/18

Cassandra Zampini: Data Mine at Rick Wester Fine Art

In a compellingly sublime take on the information overload of today’s social media landscape, photographer Cassandra Zampini has used formal aesthetics to examine the banal landscape of the selfie photograph. For her exhibition, Data Mine, […]

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