Offset & Digital Printing

Our expert printing techniques are the cornerstone that has led to years of success in the printing industry. We have over 96 years of experience with commercial printing excellence. We offer single- and double-sided long sheet printing on pharmaceutical grade stock, as well as 6-color offset (up to 12 colors with double pass) and digital small run services. We got our start as a printing company, and we remain committed to producing top-quality print jobs for all of our customers. With both offset and digital printing capabilities, we are sure to be able to craft a perfect print solution for your job.

Offset vs. Digital Printing

Offset and digital printing are very different printing processes, and it is important to know these differences when choosing which printing method to use.

Promotional Look Book Offset Printing ProcessOffset printing includes burning the desired image onto a plate, transferring the image to a rubber blanket and then to the sheet of paper. It uses the process of lithography to attract ink to the areas to be printed and repel ink from the non-printing areas. This process produces great image quality, and can be a very cost-effective choice for high-volume jobs, as the unit cost goes down as the quantity goes up. The sheet-fed nature of this technique makes it efficient as well, and it can accommodate much larger sheet sizes than digital printing. This is the process we use for our pharmaceutical inserts and other miniature folded pieces. If you have a job with a high quantity and/or large sheet size, offset printing is typically the best choice.

Digital printing, on the other hand, is ideal for fast turn-around and competitive pricing on small quantity color printing. Digital printers use either toner or liquid ink to print images that are digitally sent to the device directly on to the paper. This process is preferable for shorter runs, because there is a much lower set-up cost, and it also produces less waste and fewer variations than offset printing. Another advantage of this technique is the option to utilize variable data printing, which allows you to customize each printed piece for an individual customer. This is especially useful when printing direct mail pieces.

Still not sure which process will fit your job best? Contact us today and our experienced team will help you make the best decision.

Specialty Printing

In addition to basic offset and digital printing, we also offer specialty printing techniques to ensure your printed piece will stand out from the crowd.

Quality Control inspects printing job

We can assist with die-cutting pieces, as well as producing pocket folders, booklets and more. Variable data printing is also a great option for personalizing your pieces if you are using our digital printing services. If you’re not sure if we offer

what you are looking for, or if you are not sure yet what you are looking for contact us and we will find the best solution for you.

Prepress & Quality

Our prepress department is experienced with the techniques and requirements of both offset and digital printing, and they are dedicated to ensuring your job is printed to meet our high standards. By having prepress, printing and cutting all under one roof, we offer a streamlined and hassle-free process. Our quality team also inspects every job before it goes out the door to further confirm they meet our stringent requirements. All jobs are held to the same standards we use for our federally-regulated pharmaceutical jobs.

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