Offset printing


Offset is a printing method which is used to produce text and images. It is based on the photographing of the subject (phototransfer) on the surface of metal printing plates. Modern printing plates are made of aluminum but in the past there were stone, which is why this method, historically, is also called lithographic.
With offset printing, in addition to the plethora of color options, it is possible to use a huge range of special papers in thickness and texture. Indicative forms used in Offset printing are placemats, magazines, multi-page brochures, catalogs, newspapers, books, etc.

With Offset printing we can achieve:

• Clarity and clarity in letters, colors and images.
• Many options in grams and special papers.
• Wide range of colors.
• Economical printing method for a large number of copies.