Offset Printing

Conventional offset printing is the most cost-effective option for large orders of commercial print projects. Large print projects may include brochures, folders, stationery, magazines, annual reports, flyers, business cards, postcards, catalogs, and direct mail pieces. Computer-to-plate technology ensures your design is laser-imaged onto printing plates that transfer your text and graphics to the surface of the final product exactly the way you envisioned. Our 6-color lithographic presses produce consistent, high-quality printing with aqueous coatings that create a shiny or smooth finish.

Offset printing technology uses plates, usually made from aluminum, which are used to transfer an image onto a rubber “blanket,” and then rolling that image onto a sheet of paper. It’s called offset because the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper. Offset printing is the best choice when larger quantities are needed, and provides accurate color reproduction, and crisp, clean professional looking printing. Our 6-color lithographic printers produce consistent, high-quality images with aqueous coatings that create a shiny and smooth finish. With offset printing, you can take delivery of your entire order at once or use our “pick and pack” service—we warehouse your books until you’re ready to ship them, in bulk or by individual orders. We specialize in printing of publications, magazines, newspapers, catalogs, advertising and government communications. Our state-of-the-art equipment produces high quality digital and offset printing—all under one roof.

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Benefits of conventional offset printing:

  • High volume, low cost per piece projects: For printing in large quantity for commercial purposes, offset printing is the most cost effective, high quality printing technique.


  • Printing plates last: The life of printing plates is longer than that of lithographic plates, as they never come in contact directly to the printing surfaces. These plates can be used for a much longer period if they are properly developed and are run with ample quantity of fountain solution and inks.


  • Consistent, high quality images: the clean and sharp images can be produced through offset technique as compared to letterpress technique since the rubber blanket complies with the grains of printing surface. Color matching is also more consistent with offset printing.

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