Offset printing is a popular technique in which an ink image is transferred – or “offset” – from a plate to a rubber blanket then rolled onto a printing surface. Some commonly produced items from offset printing are flyers, postcards, business cards and forms. Offset printing provides accurate color reproduction and crisp printing. This type of printing is a more cost-effective method when producing large quantities.
Advantages: Large variety of paper types with custom finishes can be used; metallic and Pantone inks are available; highest possible printing quality with greater detail and color.