- Offset Printing
- Get super high-quality printing and color accuracy
- Efficient and economical for large quantities
- Custom colors and inks, like metallic, are available
Choose Offset Printing for Eye-Popping Color on High Quantity Orders
Offset printing is a traditional printing method that’s cost effective for large quantity printing. It’s been around for over a hundred years and uses aluminum plates to transfer ink onto a rubber sheet, which then rolls onto the printing material.
The biggest benefits of offset printing are the out-of-this-world color fidelity and spectacularly crisp printing quality.
What is offset printing used for?
Offset printing is used for commercial printing, like newspapers and magazines. We provide offset printing for a wide range of products, including brochures, business cards, calendars, door hangings, menus, postcards, posters, and more.
The higher the quantity, the more efficient and economical offset printing becomes. The plate setup has higher initial costs than digital printing. However, once the plates are set, massive quantities can be printed without compromising on quality.
What is digital printing used for?
Digital printing works best for lower quantity printing, like 20 brochures or 100 postcards. The quality is very good and the setup costs are lower.
Premium Product PrintingOffset printing gives you the opportunity to customize with speciality papers and inks to create truly unique, premium products.
Print More, Save MoreThe unit cost of offset printing go down as you increase the quantity. Thanks to the incredibly high quality of offset printing, the cost-to-benefit ratio is outstanding.
Q: What is 4-color offset printing?
Four ink colors—cyan, magenta, yellow, and black—are used to create full color printing images. Each color is a separate layer in the printing process. When the layers are combined in various concentrations, thousands of brilliant colors can be reproduced.
Q: How is digital printing different from offset printing?
Digital printing doesn't use plates like offset printing. Instead, it uses drums (electrostatic rollers) to apply toner to paper. Digital printing is a good option for smaller printing projects of 500 pieces or less.
Q: What is screen printing?
It’s a technique of creating an image by pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen. It’s also known as silk screen printing or serigraphy.