Offset printing is the process I choose to achieve the best print quality and true color. This process requires more time to print verses digital printing but it is well worth the wait. It is a fascinating process involving huge high-speed machines, 2,000-pound rolls of paper, computers, metal plates, rubber blankets, ink, water, and sharp knives.
Offset lithography is the workhorse of the printing industry. It is the most common high-volume commercial printing technology. But the quality of the final product is often due to the guidance, expertise, and equipment provided by the printer. That is why I am faithful to just a few high-quality printers to handle my large variety of projects.
Advantages of Offset