Professional-looking marketing materials can help your company make the best impression on potential customers. Offset printing gets you the look you want for your printed items, whether it’s business cards, door hangers or newsletters. You’ll get lots of compliments on your prints when you use offset printing.
What Is Offset Printing?
The process involves an inked images getting transferred from a metal plate, which is called the “offset.” Printers often employ offset printing for larger runs because the cost stays lower than using digital. For those who need to buy in bulk, such as printing lots of flyers or postcards to use in a mailing, offset printing becomes the sensible choice.
Offset printing takes a little longer than digital because the plates need to be made. For those who care about high-quality color, offset is an excellent option because it provides great control over the colors you print.
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