Looking for vivid colors that merge together creating exceptional printed products? That’s what full color printing can do for you and today we take a quick glance of full color printing at PrintingCenterUSA.
Full color printing blends four colors to make exceptional images come to life. Those colors include cyan, magenta, yellow and black. You might have heard PrintingCenterUSA bring up the term ‘CMYK’ a lot because it’s our bread and butter and makes up part of the definition of full color printing. So, full color printing is essentially FOUR color printing with various combinations to create high quality printed jobs.
Using the four color printing process combines four shades together creating various combinations of mixed final colors. When combined CMYK shades can create vivid and rich colors for print graphics.
Ask yourself, “do you want to stand out and shine?” Full color printing offers your marketing materials a chance to catch the eye among other dull colors. Your brand or personal project deserves pleasing colors that exceed what you’re seeing on screen. Don’t just rely on a full color cover to get the job of exciting your audience done, print the entire project in full color to exceed all expectations.
It’s always good to research the best options when it comes to choosing the right digital printer for the job. Do they offer full color printing? Do they have the technical know-how to make your job print accurately from RGB to CMYK colors? Questions like that should be answered on the digital printer’s website or through their dedicated customer service team (like the one PCUSA has 😉). PrintingCenterUSA prints in full color and reviews every job for accurate color settings to achieve superior digital processing. Please note: PrintingCenterUSA does not print spot color or Pantone color.
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Digital printing has many benefits and will help take your marketing materials, color images or personal projects to the next level. If you’re interested in learning more about the technical aspects of printing in full color, head over to our website today.