Understanding the quality of digital printing

All the glasses and fancy features of your printer will not mean one thing if you have good, solid print quality – whether it’s text or photos that digital printing takes it. Text should be smooth and sharp on small font sizes, individual letters should be readable clearly, and they should not be the second blood.

Should not be filled with solid black, muddy brown or blue tones – especially bold ones – Medium-sized fonts should have no opaque edges, and large fonts. You should be well-formed and well-rounded (open) in the letterform; If you do not, this is usually a sign of the printer.

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