An accountant and a printer

The head line sounds like the start of a bad joke but it is a success story worthy of sharing. A small family run business, that started in 1999, was radically changed in 2007, when an accountant and a printer decided to purchase it. The once simple business, with a single spot colour litho press, soon grew into a fully diversified, printing power house through vision and passion. The adventure had only just begun for our accountant and printer.

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what we do


Offering a cost effective solution for the longer print runs. Litho delivers exceptional quality and consistency for all those big print requirements.


Delivering the utmost in quality and cost effectiveness for the shorter print runs. Paired with the correct paper and right graphics this a powerful medium.


From decorating walls to exterior signage for your office, vehicle branding and so much more; change how you can make a visual impact.


Graphic design is an important part for any successful business. Need a design? Let LT Printers assist you in bringing your creative product and vision to life.

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quick guidelines

Why CMYK for printing?

It is very important that all printing files are supplied in CMYK. If a file is designed in RGB, the colors may not print as expected. Designing a file in CMYK ensures that the colors will match your monitor (provided your monitor is calibrated for color accuracy).

100% Black

Rich black, in printing, is an ink mixture of solid black over one or more of the other CMYK colors, resulting in a darker tone than black ink alone generates in a printing process. A typical rich black mixture might be 100% black, 50% of each of the other three inks.

Don't forget the bleed

If any part of your design touched the edge of your layout, you have to use what is known as “bleed.” This means extending your layout by 3mm on all sides. This small extension is later cut off once the print has been completed. The bleed area ensures that your design does not get trimmed off when it goes to print.

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