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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

Mon. 01/20/20

Quick Tips to Make the Most of Your Event Venue

Hosting an event takes a tremendous amount of time, energy, and planning. But remember that the countless details and logistics all boil down to your venue. How will guests get there, and how will you […]

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Mon. 01/20/20

TWA Hotel Transforms JFK Rooftop into Winter Ski Lodge

The 1960s TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport (then called Idlewild Airport) is reborn as the TWA Hotel, a one-of-a-kind experience inspired by the glory of the Jet Age. And now, the new hotel’s rooftop […]

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Mon. 01/20/20

Busy Bees: A Live Look at the Durst Hives Atop One Bryant Park

No one in New York City is working harder than the bees of One Bryant Park, where the seventh-floor rooftop is a living example of how beautiful and fascinating sustainability can be. The Durst Organization, […]

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Mon. 01/20/20

‘Roy Colmer: Doors’ Opens at the Lisson Gallery

In an expansive presentation of Roy Colmer’s seminal Doors, NYC (1975–1976) project, NYC’s Lisson Gallery marked the first ever comprehensive presentation of this monumental photographic project, with significant sections having previously been exhibited at PS1 and the New […]

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