We offer both offset and digital printing options and use state of the art technology
to ensure that the job we deliver meets or exceeds your expectations.
This option requires the creation of metal plates which are loaded onto the press to create the impression. Much of the cost associated with offset printing is directly related with the set-up of the press, plates and press wash-up. These are fixed costs irrespective of the size of the run. This option is ideal for larger or high-volume runs or in cases where the project requires a specialty finish such as aqueous coating gloss or satin, UV coating or soft touch finish. This is an ideal option for brochures, catalogs, annual reports, presentation folders and or magazines. The larger the quantity printed the lower the price per piece.
This option works best for smaller, full color runs that require a fast turn-around time. Digital presses take images directly from the computer electronic files provided and produce an image by applying toner to the paper with heat. Today’s digital presses provide high quality print production with a quick turn-around time. This is an ideal option for full color business cards, covers & wrappers, invitations, postcards, and customized stationary items and flyers.