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Just asking around who might be able to recommend a good digital printer on nice thick paper stocks in Australia?
most digital printers have a limit around 350gsm.
Hi @Dan yeah arond 300-350.
Found a few places online thought was wondering if anyone had recommendation from having used a specific place themselves.
Would need to be a place that can send printed work out as living in a rural area.
I've spruiked for these guys before in another thread, but I used Emergent Designs a few months ago to get some art prints done, and the quality was amazing.
Spoke to a guy there named Karl who was really knowledgeable, easy to deal with.
Check them out here: http://emergentdesigns.com.au/
Thanks @birdbeak, been in touch with them now.
If you want to go really thick you can duplex or even triplex.
That when two or three sheets of card are printed then glued together.
Using three sheets of coloured card can created really nice results, i.e.
I use http://impactdigital.com.au a lot.
Drop them a email and they can post you a sample kit of the various papers they print on.
You can do some really rad stuff with digital printing like foiling and printing white ink on black paper.
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