Offset printing is a commonly used printing technique where the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. Advantages of offset printing compared to other methods include:

  • Consistent high image quality. Offset printing produces sharp and clean images and type more easily than letterpress printing because the rubber blanket conforms to the texture of the printing surface.
  • Works on a wide range of printing surfaces.
  • Computer-to-plate system is superior to antiquated computer-to-film work flow, further increasing quality.


A variety of paper types and weights provide a perfect canvas for your print project. There’s also a huge selection of sizes and fold types for most products, giving you the ability to let your creativity flow.

Most products can be printed full-color on both sides. Brochures can be printed in any one of 10 folds. Business cards can be printed in four different sizes. Booklets can be saddle stitched or perfect bound. Event tickets can be numbered and perforated. Roll labels come in dozens of sizes. For a complete list of product types, click here.

The only limitations are your imagination.