For those high volume projects, we offer traditional offset printing. Most of the cost surrounding Litho printing is from the amount of time required for preparation and press set up. Once the set up is completed, additional units are relatively inexpensive to produce making pricing favorable for your large quantity print runs.
Unlike digital presses, offset printing applies layers of ink to paper using rollers. Each roller has a color (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black), also known as CMYK. This allows for very specific color matching and the presses offer a wider array of output beyond just paper. Some presses can print on wood, plastic or other types of materials.
We offer 6-color, cut-sheet printing along with Aqueous or UV coating and 2-color envelope printing. Our bindery can handle any folding, dye cut, perfing, scoring or saddle stitching needed.
Check out our one-minute video on how offset printing works.