Quality Printing

Offset printing has come a long way from when it was first introduced. Since then, so many innovations had been made to make offset printing what it is today. This resource page was made to provide useful information about how offset printing works and to know more about its history, the different printing processes, product benefits, uses, the types of offset presses, and other relevant details.
Out of all the printing processes, offset and digital are the most common. Large companies, however, lean toward using offset presses for commercial printing, because these tend to be more cost-efficient in bulk quantities. The process involves transferring an inked image from a plate to a rubber mat and then onto paper, hence the name offset printing.