Use the new colors
Digital printing has become the industry standard for many good reasons. Lower prices and minimums, fast and flexible production, and no messing around with ink and chemical cleaners. But one downside is that historically we've been limited to the four colors that make up "full-color printing" which are cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Now that all changes with our 5th Color digital printing capabilities. Learn more about the process and how you can us these new colors to make your designs stand out.
What is 5th Color Printing?
Traditionally full-color printing is made up of 4 colors. Now you can add a 5th color to create many different effects. Choose from one of our six options:
Any one of these colors can be printed along with CMYK art. This technology allows for beautiful new designs to be printed like never before.
Perhaps our most popular 5th color is metallic gold, and it's not surprising why. This gold has nearly the same look and feel as traditional metallic offset ink, but at a lower price and with the added convenience of digital printing. This metallic gold is very opaque which means it looks stunning on black and colored papers.
Our metallic silver pops off the page with a crisp, clean look. It looks just as good on a coated paper stock as it does on black and rich colored papers. It looks great on its own, but things get wild when we start mixing color on top of silver. We can give any color a metallic shimmer when printed together with silver. Learn more about the process here.
Opaque White toner works best on black or darker colored papers. Digitally printing on black and dark paper was not possible with traditional digital printing, but that has all changed. You can use white on its own, or use it as a base to print color toner over top.
Neon PinkGet noticed with a pop of pink. This is an ultra bright pink that will enhance any design. This color can be used on its own, or mixed with other colors to produce vibrant colors never before possible with traditional four-color printing.
Neon YellowGet out your sunglasses because this color pops! This is an ultra bright yellow that will enhance any design. This color can be used on its own, or mixed with other colors to produce vibrant colors never before possible with traditional four-color printing.