Digital Printing Service

Brand, imprint and customise a range of products with vibrant, durable and high-quality full colour images.

Our digital printing facility enables you to add value to off-the shelf items by transforming them into unique personalised pieces.  

No matter how challenging your brief – we can help.

DIGITAL PRINTING Service

Your products branded your way.

Personalise a wide range of profitable items such as smartphone cases, power banks, prototypes, giftware, pens, signs, awards and so much more.

With low heat UV curing personalising sensitive electronic devices is no problem. High-opacity white ink produces bold, bright white graphics and text and can also be printed as an underlay to enhance full colour images on clear plastics and dark substrates.

Industries we support with Digital Printing

Whatever your Digital Printing needs, we can help.

Our digital printing service delivers large and small scale output for those in need of high quality and fast turnaround times.

Our team are on hand to assist you with any digital print requirements you may have, as well as graphic design, handling & fulfilment services to see your project through from start to finish.

Whatever your Digital Printing needs, we can help.

Our digital printing service delivers large and small scale output for those in need of high quality and fast turnaround times.

Our team are on hand to assist you with any digital print requirements you may have, as well as graphic design, handling & fulfilment services to see your project through from start to finish.

Why choose us?

Care about the environment? So do we – By nature, the printing industry uses a number of different materials during the production process. We continually strive to minimise our consumption of resources and raw materials, and to only purchase from suppliers who share our environmental values.

What our clients say

“I have used Premier Impressions numerous times over the past 3 years for coloured printing on many of our products and have been constantly impressed with the quality of the work, speed of turn-around time and the efficient way our orders have been processed. Always a pleasure to deal with and I look forward to working with them again.” M. Coupland, Elgate Products Ltd.

Our Values

Continual Improvement - We are never satisfied with our results because we are always looking ahead for new ways to improve. We focus on the positive and what is actionable in order to grow. Relentless improvement gives us energy and opportunities to celebrate what we are doing well and envision where we want to go.

Frequently Asked Questions

Digital printing is the process of printing digital-based images directly onto a variety of media and substrates. Tiny droplets of ink are transferred to the chosen media via a print head. 

The digital printing equipment will generally print in a four-colour process. This is made up of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black, with the image being split in to these primary colours and then prints as a set of patterns or percentages of each colour. This will then make up the desired image.

Full colour or four colour process is also referred to as CMYK and uses the 4 primary colours Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, BlacK. With various combinations of these 4 colours, it is possible to reproduce virtually any design or colour. Unlike standard CMYK printing our systems are also capable of printing White, which can either be used as an underlay or added to the final image.

We are able to digitally print a diverse range of materials and products. If your material isn’t listed here, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

  • Glass
  • Metal
  • ABS
  • Polypropylene
  • MDF
  • Card
  • Leather
  • Acrylic
  • Perspex

Low set up costs.

Cost effective solution for short runs.

Able to reproduce complex designs and photographs.

Quick drying times, UV curing system cures ink almost instantly.

Our digital systems are direct to substrate, and therefore can only print on to flat or slightly curved products.

Unable to reproduce metallic colours such gold or silver.

Exact matches to pantone references are not always possible.