Offset printing for top-class results

Created at the turn of the century, this classic process has continually evolved and has rapidly become the benchmark for printing. Offset printing is a direct descendent of lithographic printing and involves the transfer of ink from a metal plate to a rubber roller called a blanket, which is in contact with the printing paper.

This process, called flatbed, may be combined with other processes, and hence the possibility of printing a variety of products, from a simple business card to a coffee table book.