Offset printing is considered one of the leading types of print in the industry.
The name of the process originates from the process itself – the image is transferred directly with two rollers. First roller with the matrix transfers the image to the other, so called offset roller, which prints the motive to the surface. The key element in this technique is the combination of ink and water. Since the offset ink is waterproof, the edges can be very clearly defined with the use of water. The result is a crystal clear and sharp print, which all printing techniques try to achieve. This is why the term “offset quality” means the highest quality.
In the process of offset printing, there’s no need for high temperatures, which enables printing on paper of different qualities and on all sorts of other materials as well.
Key advantages of offset printing are:
- Great printing speed even in larger formats,
- Very high definition of printing even on difficult materials,
- Low prices at high number of copies.
For offset printing, we use the latest technology of a renowned German brand Heidelberg, type Speedmaster 74.