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We’ve just taken delivery of our new Xerox Versant Digital Printing Press. The latest addition to the family helps us deliver an even faster turnaround, premium quality printing and affordable prices that our customers demand.

We chose the 80ppm Xerox Versant after evaluating a raft of options.

The latest addition to the family increases our printing capacity by nearly another 100,000 pages per month. Helping us deliver an even faster turnaround for our customers.


Our personalised notepads are a fantastic and cost effective way of getting your brand out there! 

The notepads can be printed in colour and black and white, on 90gsm bond paper, ensuring the usual Ballyprint high quality.

Our notepads are available in a range of various sizes – for more information why not give us a call, or pop in to see us.




Why not give your stationery a fresh new look this spring, with our new stationery combo packs.

Did you know? 

New laws came into force last year requiring companies and limited liability partnerships to make sure that their legal name was stated in legible lettering on all letter, order forms, invoice receipts, websites and emails.  Check now, are you complying with the law?

You’re also breaking the law if your letterheads don’t have the following printed on them:

  • Your place of registration
  • Your company registration number
  • Your registered office address

Prices start from just £149.  If you have any queries please give us a call.  T&C’s apply.


Church Blog

Did you know that we offer churches and charities 15% discount on all of their printing?

Simply follow the instructions on our website, fill in the required details and you will receive 15% discount off all of your printing.  It really is that simple!!


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Make a big impact with our new mini roll up displays.  Available in both A3 and A4 sizes. Crafted from durable, anodised aluminium, our mini roll up displays are easy to transport and set up, making them ideal for exhibitions, reception areas, retail environments and point of sale (POS) displays.  All prices quoted for our mini roll up displays include printing on our premium 225gsm lightstop material with full colour ink coverage.



fontasticThis article explains the importance of embedding or flattening your fonts. It also helps to explain the problems that can arise when this is not done and gives advice on how to get around this.

What can happen if fonts aren’t present?

Chances are, when creating your document, you have used the fonts you have on your computer. But if this document then gets opened on a computer that doesn’t have these fonts, they will be substituted. At best this can lead to the fonts being made bold, or larger or having the layout changed. However the worst case can lead to the font being substituted to symbols. These issues are more likely to occur when the fonts used aren’t a common font.

How to Avoid Problems with Fonts
One of the better ways to remove this issue is to either flatten or embed your fonts. This will then make them part of the document. You can also convert the fonts to curves.

Saving as an image?
If you save your file as either a jpeg or a tiff file, also referred to as a raster file, then your fonts will become part of your image. You will find that your document is harder to edit later on but it does mean that you can use your custom fonts without issue. This is the same if you convert your artwork to curves.

This is commonly for pdf files and will depend on the licensing laws for the fonts you require. Most design packages will give you the option to embed your fonts. By selecting yes your fonts will be packaged into the document and will then display correctly on other computers.

Converting to Curves?
This means switching the fonts from letters to shapes. As mentioned before it does make your document a lot harder to edit but it will protect your fonts and keep them as intended.


Introducing our new FRONT Perfect Binder for perfect bound documents with a professional finish, trust us to deliver outstanding quality at the lowest prices. Finish off your business brochures, promotional booklets or dissertation with printing and binding that are second to none.

“We found that run lengths were getting smaller and that it would be more cost-effective to invest in a perfect binder than to continue outsourcing binding work. The investment has enabled the us to take on a wider variety of jobs” said Ballyprint’s director Aaron Klewchuk

The Front Perfect Binder binds in one process and runs at 400bph. It has a heavy-duty design for production durability and two application glue rollers for efficient application. It also features a 7in touchscreen menu with self-test and diagnostic capabilities.



Now we can make your envelopes more personalised than ever before, helping you to talk directly to your customers the moment they have the envelope in their hand. With extremely fast turnaround available and volumes as low as a single copy, it really is time to change the way you buy envelopes.

Digital envelope printing is new to the Industry and unique to We have invested in this innovative technology to provide you with more flexibility and creative choices. Now you can create personalised envelopes that stand out, generate increased open rates and ultimately help to deliver an improved ROI.

Variable data printing uses a generic artwork template, with text and images sections linked to a database. So each envelope we print can be totally personalised to the individuals on your marketing database.

Perfect for sophisticated Direct Mail campaigns, but also great for producing multi-version envelopes, because we can vary images and copy, you could produce 100’s of versions of an envelope without the expense of plate changes.


Please bear with us but we are having another ‘geek’ moment.

We’ve just taken delivery of our new Konica Minolta C1070 Digital Printing Press. The latest addition to the family helps us deliver an even faster turnaround, premium quality printing and affordable prices that our customers demand.

We chose the 71ppm bizhub C1070 after evaluating a raft of options.

The C1070 is one of the new range of biz hub presses launched at IPEX. The models feature new imaging and toner technology. We are one of the first companies in Ireland to install a KM C1070. The latest addition to the family increases our printing capacity by nearly another 100,000 pages per month. Helping us deliver an even faster turnaround for our customers.


“We like its simplicity and ease-of-use, the colour matching technology is very impressive and the tints are smooth and precise,” said Ballyprint’s director Chris Atchison, who also praised the bizhub’s EFI Fiery frontend.

The 9-employee firm, are one of the Northern Ireland’s fastest growing commercial printers and provides a range of digital printing services, and also runs large-format kit from Roland and Epson.


Getting Letterheads Right

Your letterhead says more about your business than you know. It’s your masthead, the official image of your company, its an insight into your company. Get it wrong and you look unprofessional or worse, like a rogue trader.

Here are some tips to make sure your letterhead says what you want it to and what it needs to.

Legal requirements
Most people use their lettterheads to further advertise their business or organisation, but don’t forget there are some things you have to include on your letterhead to meet legal requirements.

These depend on your company structure.

Sole traders:
– You must include the full company trading name and address.
– You must also include your name if it is different from your company’s trading name.

– Include the full company trading name.
– You must include the names of all partners, or a place where this list is available if there are many.
– The address of the main office for correspondence.

Limited Companies:
– Include the full company name
– You must include the company registration number and place of registration.
– You must also include the registered address, and the business premises address if these are different.
– You don’t have to list the Directors, but you must include either the names of all directors or none, not a partial list.

VAT Registered companies, regardless of structure:
– You must list your Vat registration Number.
– You must also include your VAT Registered office address.