Our Digital Offset Printing process makes use of advanced digital technology to produce offset quality results. Not to be confused with digital reproduction (which is mostly associated with digital copiers and colour lasers). Digital Offset Printing eliminates many of the mechanical steps required for Litho Offset Printing, including making films or plates.
As the images are printed directly onto paper without the use of plates, this printing technology is cost-efficient and significantly makes small volume print runs economical.
How It Works
No need for plates, files are immediately ready for printing.
Top-of-line, HP Indigo Offset Press.
Result - Offset quality print products!
Advantages & Opportunities
Better colour consistency
- Reduces rejection rates
Print as little as 1 piece
- Minimal wastage/surplus
More finishing options
- Round Corner, Hot Stamping, etc
Over 19 paper choices
Variety of print sizes
Our Litho Offset (lithographic) Printing incorporates the latest technology in the market. In this process, the desired print image is transferred via computer-to-plate (CTP) and is then transferred (or offset) from the plate to a rubber blanket, and then to the printing surface. The lithographic process is based on the repulsion of oil and water. The image to be printed gets ink from ink rollers, while the non-printing area attracts a film of water, keeping non-printing areas ink-free.
Litho Offset Printing is suitable for all kinds of promotional print documents and is particularly economical for high-volume print runs.
How It Works
Computer-to-Plate (CTP) Technology
A high line density of 200 lines per inch, produces greater detail and sharpness
Advantages and Opportunities
Cheaper large volume print runs
Ideal for mass distribution printed materials
More print sizes (up to A2)
Various finishing & binding options
Selected products can be "gang-run" which can further reduce the printing cost
Suitable for customised print products
Suitable for printing jobs requiring 1 to 2 spot colours or process colours