About Printing On wood

So with Print On Wood, you’ll really be noticed and remembered. We think that’s great.

But how do we actually do it?

 Typically, we use a digital printing process to print on wood. We find that for the vast majority of applications, digital printing yields aesthetically brilliant results. It’s cost effective and the inks and toner we use are environmentally friendly. We also understand the spectrum of needs and visions out there; every project is a unique animal. So we can apply almost any other print type including screen, offset or flatbed printing. If you don’t believe that digital printing is best for your job, just get in touch to discuss other printing methods. Our timber products can also be laser cut or die-cut to achieve a beautiful finish. You can even use multiple print methods on a product. Try using laser cutting alongside print for a really striking look. Now for some design-based housekeeping. While we’re capable of printing any colour through the digital printing process, designers should take note of various wood colours and shades. So certain print colours will show up a little differently on wood than boring old white paper. But no fear, our machines are specifically calibrated to make sure the colour comes our brilliantly. You can also download high resolution images of each of the types of wood from the resources section of this website so you can get a sense of what your design will look like printed on wood. If you want to see a proof before going to print, just ask. Sure, we’re a friendly bunch at Print On Wood, but we take the craft and business of printing very seriously. For most jobs, we print and deliver within 5 business days. If you need it faster, we can do our best to make that happen. Just ask! And don’t forget to review the downloadable guides in the resources section for our design guidelines and print specifications before you start the design process. Need help with your design? No worries. We have a range of design packages ranging from simple layout and file preparation to more complex packages including logo or invitation design.