To grow your business, you need to promote your business. And you can count on The Media Active to help you look good. We can print and produce a wide variety of marketing materials with professional results. Over the years, we have acquired a truly modern set up of printing & allied equipment. Our efficient post printing machinery manages all the activities that need to be undertaken once the job is printed. Our state-of-the-art equipment and technology enables us to be cost as well as time-efficient without compromising on quality.
Media Active, helps small business owners create expertly designed, up-to-date custom marketing – the assortment of products they need to look and feel professional, prepared and plugged in. Yes, we said assortment. It’s true that we’re best known for our business cards – and we’ve printed billions of them since 2007.
But today, Media Active offers so much more: a wide range of customizable small business marketing products; real-time access to expert ideas and assistance for people who need a hand; and a simple, straightforward experience for those who know exactly what they want. When we put it all together, our customers can easily design a consistent, cohesive look that carries across their entire business, whether they operate in-store, online, on-site or on the go. With that, they can walk through a door with confidence, know they can keep up with the competition and make things happen right now. Because now isn’t just a challenge. It’s an opportunity.
Solvent printing is faster and 50% more efficient than the traditional ink jet (water-based) printing. It’s ideal for large-scale production, and most commercial printing businesses are moving towards solvent printing. Solvent printing is perfect for printing large designs up to 64″ and more. It is used for prints which are used for Shop Signs, Billboards or other signs which are exposed to the sun. You can contact us to avail our solvent printing services. Inkjet printing is the most common type of printing even today. Inkjet printing is used for indoor designs, and this printing gives fine and in-depth details it is commonly used for exhibitions, indoor signs, wedding portraits and more.
Rotogravure (or gravure for short) is a type of intaglio printing process, which involves engraving the image onto an image carrier. In gravure printing, the image is engraved onto a cylinder because, like offset printing and flexography, it uses a rotary printing press. Once a staple of newspaper photo features, the rotogravure process is still used for commercial printing of magazines, postcards, and corrugated (cardboard) and other product packaging.
Because gravure is capable of transferring more ink to the paper than most other printing processes, it is noted for its remarkable density range (light to shadow) and hence is a process of choice for fine art and photography reproduction, though not typically as clean an image as that of offset lithography. A shortcoming of gravure is that all images, including type and "solids," are actually printed as dots, and unless the ink and substrate combination is set up to allow solid areas to flow together, the screen pattern of these dots can be visible to the naked eye.
Gravure is an industrial printing process capable of consistent high quality printing. Since the Gravure printing process requires the creation of one cylinder for each colour of the final image, it is expensive for short runs and best suited for high volume printing. Typical uses include long-run magazines in excess of 1 million copies, mail order catalogs, consumer packaging, Sunday newspaper ad inserts, wallpaper and laminates for furniture where quality and consistency are desired. Another application area of gravure printing is in the flexible-packaging sector. A wide range of substrates such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester, BOPP, etc. can be printed in the gravure press.
Gravure printing is one of the common processes used in the converting industry. Rotogravure presses for publication run at 45 feet (14 m) per second and more, with paper reel widths of over 10 feet (3 m), enabling an eight-unit press to print about seven million four-color pages per hour. Media Active is committed to establish long term relationship with our customers.
Corrugated boxes are used frequently as shipping containers. Boxes need to contain the product from manufacturing through distribution to sale and sometimes end-use. Corrugated packaging and printing have come a long way in recent years. Although durable during shipping, corrugated substrates are spongy and can be easily crushed during an indelicate printing process. As a result, businesses once had to settle for product shipping and display boxes printed with dull, low-resolution images and text which were less appealing to consumers.
Today's advanced technologies and materials have revolutionized printing on corrugated packaging materials. With modern printing technologies, and the ever-increasing capabilities of flexo, brands can simultaneously use corrugated product boxes to increase product visibility and promote a brand’s awareness, in addition to benefiting from the material's lightweight durability which is ideal for shipping. The variety of available processes and materials have created several methods for printing on corrugated material, including flexography (flexo), offset lithography (litho), screen printing, and digital printing. Due to its versatility, flexographic printing has become one of the most commonly utilized.
Examples of corrugated products appropriate for flexo printing, include: