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Quality, quantity and the skill of the operator are some of the common factors that are taken into consideration when deciding which is the right choice for a plant or job. Quality has been a point that many agree on.
Digital print though very good, often doesn’t achieve the level of quality that labeling can. If you’re looking for a nice, shiny, photo quality finish, labels are the way to go.
Quantities also play a role in determining the break even point of digital printing vs. labeling. For lower quantities and a desire for lower price, graphics would lead you to labels instead.
Cost is another factor that differentiates the two methods. The cost of ink, storing and maintaining ink, and maintenance costs are some reasons that customers have chosen to stick with labeling.
The labor costs can also be higher due to the skill needed to operate the printer. Customer tell us that they are using labelers instead of digital printers because of the trouble they have in finding skilled employees with the experience needed to run them.