Offset Printing remains the industry's most common method of producing printed material. With very little technological changes in this traditional printing technique over the past century, nearly 90% of all printed material is still produced by an offset printing method. Newspapers, magazines, and books to maps and business forms are all principally produced utilizing this photo-image reproduction technique.
While nearly all printing jobs can be produced by traditional offset printing techniques, the most efficient applications for offset printing is when large formats are required or where the quantity requirements are very high.
At theprinters.com, we have merged traditional offset printing with evolving digital workflow techniques to provide an uncommon flexibility and "real" solutions for our clients. The value-added advantage by combining the multiple production methods can save time and money for most high-volume consumers of printed products.
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