Offset printing

This printing method is frequently used for printing in large quantities. Its main advantages are:

  • High printing quality and resolution. Due to its technical features, this method ensures the accurate reproduction of colors and shades as well as a precise representation of details;
  • Low price of a single unit. The price decreases with the increasing amount of units you print. The preparation of printing plates and printing presses for mass production comprises the majority of expenses of this printing method. If you want to get the best value, we recommend printing small-quantity orders by using digital printing;

In offset printing, we produce the color palette by using the CMYK color system. These letters stand for four colors – cyan, magenta, yellow and black (or key). However, offset technology also allows us to use Pantone colors. You can also print in more than four colors. CMYK can produce any color.

The process of offset printing is also interesting. By using this method, the impression is not pressed directly on the paper. The inked image is transferred to a rubber blanket and then pressed on paper, plastic, carton or other flat surfaces. The prints should be dried and covered with wax before usage.

This method is used for different kinds of production:

  • Posters
  • Catalogues
  • Books
  • Brochures
  • Paper blanks
  • Wobblers
  • Sign holders
  • Leaflets
  • Flyers
  • Calendars
  • Notepads
  • Menus
  • Packages
  • Labels
  • Boxes
  • Photo albums
  • Invitation cards
  • Work calendars

 

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