WHAT IS OFFSET PRINTING?
Offset printing, also called offset lithography, is a method of mass-production printing in which the images on metal plates are transferred (offset) to rubber blankets or rollers and then to the print media.
The main advantage of offset printing is its high and consistent image quality. The process can be used for small, medium or high-volume jobs.
OUR PROFILE EQUIPMENTS
Komori Four Color Sheeted Offset Press - Lithrone Super LS-440 x 2 units
Komori Eight Color Sheeted Offset Press - Lithrone S-40p x 1 unit
Komori Four Color Sheeted Offset Press - Lithrone Super LS-426 x 1 unit
Paper Cutter with 2 sets of knife x 2 units
WHY CHOOSE OFFSET PRINTING?
Better quality than Digital printing
Offset printing machines out-perform their newer digital counterparts because offset printing machines use ink instead of toner, your finished product will have finer lines and richer colors.
Most affordable way to print large quantities
Whether you need to print millions of inserts or thousands of magazines, offset printing is very cost effective. The cost to make the metal plates is the same regardless of how many copies need to be printed. With offset printing, the cost per copy actually gets lower with the more impressions you print!
Faster than any other type pf printing
That digital printer you have may seem fast, but offset printing is even faster. Our offset printing, with continuous rolls of paper can print up to 50 feet per second!
Variety of finishing
Offset printing offers newsprint, hi-bright, and offset paper types, as well as satin, matte, and high-gloss finishes.
Flexible with all types of printing
Whether it's for a catalog, annual report, newspaper, digest, magazine, standard, or other specialty job, we can customize our offset printing to meet any of your needs.