Offset printing, also known as offset lithography, uses a metal plate to transfer an inked impression onto the paper being printed, instead of directly being made on the paper. It allows for greater accuracy, consistency and exact color match.
Combined with our unique finishing techniques, your project will make you stand out from the crowd
Sharper, crispier image than digital printing.
Big presses for larger printing..
Add weight to your project; up to 24-gauge card stock.
On-site press-approvals at no additional charge.
Full color + spot pantone colors including spot varnishes.
Offset printing provides a wide range of printing finishing options:
Multiple presses to suit your needs.
Cost-effective for larger quantities.
Did we mention - we offer full-bleed envelope printing and specialty stock options, including Linens, Metallics, Translucent and Static Clings?
From printing Business Cards and Presentation Folders, to all components of Marketing, Advertising and Political Campaigns, our custom offset printing guarantees you the highest quality printing can offer. We incorporate the latest computer to plate-imaging technology for printing and publishing services, with quality paper for accurate production, combined with customization options, all while remaining environmentally friendly.
We offer multiple press size options, on-site press approvals with color choices ranging from single to full color. Embossing, UV coating and Hot Foil Stamping are a few out of many finishing options available to cater to your vision, however challenging it may seem. The custom offset printing option, combined with our unique finishing techniques will not only make an impact, but also, make you outshine your competition.
With a Komori and Heidelberg offset printing presses and a wide range of finishing and bindery equipment, including, but not limited to Engraving press and Letterpress, the possibilities are endless.
Let us prepare you something special this year! Send us an email of your idea and design or, stop by our location to chat with one of our experienced staff on one-on-one basis and take a look at some of the materials on-hand. We would be more than happy to answer any questions you have about our offset printing services or perhaps, provide you with some suggestions of our own.