Litho printing uses wet ink and rollers, which together with individual printing plates act like a stencil against the printing paper.
Litho printing is the preferred option of printing technique if your design requires large blocks
of solid colour, as the colour will come out a lot smoother compared to digital printing. It also produces better quality work when printing on wide range of stock such as glossy, silk, uncoated, textured and coloured card or paper.
This process does require a longer setup as the design has to be made on individual printing plates, however, once this initial process has been completed, litho printing produces a higher volume of prints which makes it more cost effective and suitable for larger runs.