Commercial Offset Printing
Offset printing works by transferring ink from a plate to a rubber sheet, which then rolls the ink onto paper, vinyl or other surface. This is in contrast to digital printing, which does not use plates to transfer ink to paper. Offset printing presses allow us to print larger sheets and we can print many pieces quicker than digital printing presses.
For short runs, digital printing negates a setup fee so it can be far more economical than offset printing. However, because offset presses can print so rapidly your offset price per piece is not static - it diminishes with quantity. Thus, for large runs offset printing becomes far more economical than digital printing because your setup fee is absorbed by the diminished price per piece. Depending on the type of project you're printing, digital printing is typically the best choice when you're printing fewer than 500 to 1,000 pieces; and offset printing is typically the best choice when you're printing more than 500 to 1,000 pieces.
We specialize in printing a wide range of commercial products, including: