About Offset Printing
Offset printing is different to digital printing in that is involves large sheets running through a traditional printing press using a spot colour (often black) or 4 colour process (CMYK). The sheets are then cut to size, folded, laminated or further processed to achieve the desired finish.
Offset printing involves some setup time so a smaller quantity print run would probably best suit a digital print machine.
Offset printing achieves a very high quality print and is very economical (minimum quantity permitting) due to the ability to run a much larger sheet and combine multiple jobs if required. More time is required to allow for an offset print than a digital print.
Most larger quantity letterbox flyers, postcards and A4 brochures are printed using the offset print process.
Loyalty Print offers high quality offset printing and national delivery at extremely competitive rates.