We strive for perfection!

We provide a full range of printing and digital solutions to cater to all your needs from large-format printing as well as full-colour offset litho printing. From labels and other office stationery to brochures, newsletters and glossy magazines, we offer high quality and professional service.


Years Of Experience

What we do

At Kymera, we strive to stay on the leading edge of the market and offer a solution to any of your printing needs.

We can print anything from catalogues, brochures, flyers and books to printing onto CD/DVDs and USB’s.

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Here are a few questions we thought we would answer for you:

In a nutshell litho printing uses wet ink and printing plates whilst digital printing uses toners on a press similar to a giant office printer! Digital printing is more suitable for shorter runs and litho printing for longer runs.
If you are unsure of what type of printing to use for your next print job, contact us and we can advise on the best method.

The Pantone Colour System is the most important colour matching system in the world. The system originated in 1963 to solve the problem of complicated colour matching in the printing industry. Every colour, in every tone and tint, was given a number to classify it. Pantone literally wrote the book on colour matching.

CMYK refers to the four ink plates used in some colour printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). The CMYK model works by partially or entirely masking colours on a lighter, usually white, background. The ink reduces the light that would otherwise be reflected.

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GSM stands for ‘grams per square meter’. And means just that – the higher the GSM, the thicker and sturdier the paper. The weight of various types of paper is measured from a sample sheet cut to one square meter in size. No matter the length or width the paper becomes, the weight measurement is always taken from the square meter sheet.