Quality, cost-effective digital printing.

Scotts’ digital printing is an ideal, cost efficient solution when you have a short run, require on-demand premium colour printing, flexible print options or personalisation services.


Digital printing produced at lightning-fast speed.

We offer a range of printing methods, so will help you choose the best for your project.

Digital printing is particularly useful when you need a quick turnaround, small run or personalisation.

With the largest colour digital printing in Perth, we offer all of the leading machinery with HP Indigo, Xerox and Ricoh technology.

With no set up costs, it is a cost-effective way to delivery short run projects with variable data printing.

We also offer a wide range of paper choices to suit your specific requirements. From lightweight 55gsm to heavy-duty card, we have the perfect paper for any project.

If you’re looking to add a touch of elegance, our textured stocks and metallic finishes are sure to impress. For a glossy and eye-catching effect, we even offer clear gloss varnish options.

We take pride in our commitment to environmental sustainability. Our printing processes adhere to international standards, ensuring that our practices are eco-friendly.

When it comes to digital printing in Perth, Scotts is your go-to solution. We combine top-notch quality, fast turnaround times, and a wide range of options to meet all your printing needs.

Trust us to deliver exceptional results every time. Choose Scotts for all your digital printing requirements and experience the difference.

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An overview

How can Digital Printing help me?

High-quality prints

Digital printing offers excellent print quality with sharp and vibrant colours. It can reproduce intricate details and gradients accurately, resulting in professional-looking prints.

Unique to Scotts

Scotts combine Indigo, Xerox and Ricoh Digital Printing Technology. We can print long sheets (660mm), clear gloss and metallic inks.

Cost Effective

Digital printing in Perth is cheaper for small amounts, unlike offset printing which requires a minimum quantity to be cost-effective.

It eliminates the need for expensive setup costs, making it more affordable for smaller quantities.

Customise to the individual

Easily customise each print piece with variable data printing from names to images. This feature makes makes it ideal for direct mail or personalised marketing.

Reduce your waste

With digital printing, you can print only the quantity you need, reducing waste and minimising environmental impact.

Quick turnaround times

Digital printing removes the need for time-consuming setup processes like plate-making used in traditional printing methods. This allows for faster production and delivery of printed materials.

Quick proofing and editing

Digital printing allows for easy proofing and editing before final production. This ensures that any errors or changes can be quickly addressed, saving time and resources.

It’s versatile

You can print on a range of materials, including paper, stock and more. This expands the possibilities for creative and unique print projects.

Get consistent results

It offers consistent results from the first print to the last. This ensures that all printed items have the same quality and colour accuracy, creating a professional and cohesive brand look.


Digital provides numerous advantages, it offers high quality, quick turnaround time, cost-effectiveness for small quantities, customisation options, reduced waste, quick proofing and editing, versatility, and consistent results.

Discover how we can help bring your digital to life

Quality, cost effective and quick for smaller digital printing projects

Experience is the difference

The possibilities are endless with Digital.

We can offer many ways to improve your project with our digital printing and finishing abilities.

Whether you’re looking for a clear gloss varnish to add a sleek and polished look, or a gold or silver metallic finish to add a touch of elegance, we have you covered.

We have many stocks we can use for your project. Imagine the impact of combining wood and silver foil for a truly eye-catching design.

These alternative substrates will set your project apart from the rest and leave a lasting impression on your audience.

We understand that seeing is believing, which is why we encourage you to ask us for samples. We can give you samples to see and feel the quality of our work.

This way, you can make an informed decision and ensure that your project meets your expectations.

We do everything in-house, from design to print and finishing, giving us complete control over our work quality. This helps us meet deadlines and deliver your project on time.

Contact us today to discuss your ideas and let us bring them to life. We believe we can surpass your expectations and make something amazing.

Technical Information

Get your artwork ready

To get your file ready for digital printing, here are some important steps to follow:

1. File Format: Ensure that your file is in a compatible format for digital printing. The most common format is a Print Ready PDF.

2. Resolution: Set the resolution of your file to a minimum of 300 dots per inch (DPI) to ensure high-quality printing. This will help maintain sharpness and clarity in your printed materials.

3. Bleed: Add a bleed to your design. Bleed refers to extending the background or design elements beyond the trim edge of the printed piece. This ensures that there are no white borders or gaps when the final product is trimmed.

4. Colour Mode: Convert your file to CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black). This ensures accurate colour reproduction.

5. Fonts and Text: Embed or outline all fonts used in your design to avoid any potential font-related issues during printing. Also, make sure that your text is legible and properly aligned.

6. Image Quality: Check the quality of any images used in your design. Make sure they are high-resolution and suitable for printing. Avoid using low-resolution images as they may appear pixelated or blurry in the final print.

7. Proofreading: Before sending your file for printing, carefully proofread the content to ensure there are no spelling or grammatical errors. It’s always a good idea to have someone else review it as well to catch any mistakes you may have missed.

Remember to consult with your printing service provider for any specific requirements they may have. Following these steps will help ensure a smooth and successful digital printing process.

Frequently asked questions

What’s the difference between digital and offset printing?

As a general rule, larger quantities are more suited to Offset printing and smaller quantities that are needed in a faster turnaround suit digital printing.

Of course there are exceptions to the rule, talk to your Scotts representative to work out what is right for you.

Digital printing and offset printing are two popular methods used in the printing industry.

While both techniques produce high-quality prints, there are some key differences between them.

Digital printing is a modern printing method that involves transferring digital files directly onto the printing surface.

It uses advanced technology to print images and text with precision and accuracy. This method is ideal for smaller quantities of prints, as it offers a quick turnaround time.

Digital printing is also cost-effective for short print runs, as there are no setup costs involved.

Additionally, it allows for customisation and personalisation, making it suitable for variable data printing, such as personalised direct mail campaigns or individualised marketing materials.

Offset Printing Perth

On the other hand, offset printing is a traditional printing technique that involves transferring ink from a plate to a rubber blanket, and then onto the printing surface.

It is best suited for larger quantities of prints, as the setup costs are higher but the per-unit cost decreases with higher volumes.

Offset printing offers a wide range of colour options and produces vibrant and consistent prints.

It is commonly used for commercial printing, such as brochures, catalogues, and magazines.

Things to consider

When deciding between digital and offset printing, it is important to consider your specific printing needs.

If you require a small quantity of prints with a quick turnaround, digital printing is the way to go.

However, if you need a large volume of prints and can afford a slightly longer production time, offset printing may be more cost-effective in the long run.

Ultimately, the choice between digital and offset printing depends on factors such as quantity, turnaround time, budget, and desired print quality.

Consulting with a printing professional, like Scotts, can help you determine the best printing method for your specific requirements.

We can provide expert advice and guidance to ensure that your prints are produced efficiently and meet your expectations.

How does Scotts offer high quality printing?

We have the latest printing technology and innovation at our top-notch facilities.

This allows us to provide clients with excellent printing and finished products that meet international quality standards.

Our commitment to high-quality printing starts with our advanced printing technology.

Our dedication to high-quality printing begins with our advanced printing technology.

We have invested in the latest Komori, Indigo, Xerox and Ricoh printing equipment, ensuring that every print job is executed with precision and accuracy.

Our advanced machinery allows us to produce vibrant colours, sharp images, and crisp text, resulting in visually stunning prints.

In addition to our cutting-edge technology, we also prioritise innovation in our printing processes.

Our skilled team always looks for new ways to improve the quality of our printing. We keep up with industry trends and advancements to provide our clients with the latest printing solutions.

At Scotts, we understand that quality goes beyond just the final product.

That’s why we have established world-class facilities that adhere to international standards.

Our facilities have ISO9001 Quality, ISO14001 Environmental, and ISO12647 Colour certifications, ensuring careful monitoring and control of our printing process.

We ensure quality control from when we receive your print job to when we deliver it to you.

Our quality assurance team checks every print during production to ensure they meet our high standards.

Furthermore, we believe that high quality printing should not come at the expense of the environment.

That’s why we have implemented environmentally friendly practices throughout our facilities.

We use eco-friendly inks, recycle waste materials, and minimise our carbon footprint wherever possible.

Scotts provides top-notch printing using advanced technology, creative methods, and following global standards for excellent quality.

We commit to delivering exceptional finished products that exceed our clients’ expectations.

Trust us to bring your vision to life with high-quality printing. Our prints are made with advanced facilities and a commitment to quality control. They will make a lasting impression.

Does Scotts consider environmental printing practices for sustainability?

In choosing Scotts for your next project, you are choosing a printer with environmental printing practices aimed at maximising the sustainability of our environment.

All production takes place under Scotts’ Environmental Printing Management System in line with ‘Process Green’ Printing.

Scotts understands the importance of environmental sustainability and is committed to implementing eco-friendly printing practices.

Our Environmental Printing Management System ensures that all aspects of our production process are aligned with the principles of sustainability.

One of the key initiatives we have adopted is the ISO14001, FSC and ‘Process Green’ Printing approach.

This approach focuses on minimising the environmental impact of printing by using eco-friendly materials, reducing waste, and conserving energy.

To achieve this, we carefully select materials that are sourced from sustainable and responsibly managed forests.

By using certified paper and vegetable-based inks, we minimise the use of harmful chemicals and promote the use of renewable resources.

In addition, we have implemented efficient waste management practices.

We strive to reduce paper waste by optimising printing layouts and encouraging digital communication whenever possible.

Any leftover paper is recycled to minimise our carbon footprint and contribute to a circular economy.

Energy conservation is another priority for us. We have invested in energy-efficient printing equipment and regularly monitor our energy consumption to identify areas for improvement.

By using advanced technologies and optimising our processes, we aim to minimise our energy usage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

At Scotts, we believe that environmental sustainability is a collective responsibility. That’s why we actively engage our employees and clients in promoting eco-friendly practices.

We provide training and resources to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and encourage everyone to make conscious choices that benefit our environment.

By choosing Scotts for your printing needs, you can be confident that your project will be produced with the utmost care for the environment.

We are dedicated to delivering high-quality printing solutions while minimising our ecological footprint. Together, let’s create a greener and more sustainable future.

Does Scotts only do large volume print solutions?

No, Scotts can print a few copies or millions.

The Scotts digital printing service caters for smaller quantities (1 – 100 copies) or urgent projects, while offset printing provides cost effective large scale print solutions.

How do I know my colour will be consistent?

Scotts is a colour proficient printer to international ISO 12647 standards, this means from job to job, press to press and week to week, the colour will be more consistent.

Where can I print documents in Perth?

Scotts are located near the Perth CBD, at 4 Aberdeen Street.

We offer design, digital printing, offset printing, signage and delivery, so if you need to print documents Perth, we’re here to help!

How do I supply my artwork?

Scotts prefer a print ready PDF with crop and bleed marks, this ensures the most accurate reproduction of your project.

To find out more about how to supply, click here.

Scotts – Set up Crop Marks