What is offset printing? It’s the most common high-volume commercial printing technology used today. With offset printing, ink is not applied directly from the printing plate to paper; rather, inked images are burned to a plate, then transferred (or “offset”) from the plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. Offset printing works on a wide range of printing surfaces … and because the unit cost goes down as the quantity goes up, offset printing delivers quality and cost-effectiveness in high volume jobs.
From black and white to full color, Adams’ plate technology provides superior image quality in our offset printing. We maintain unquestionable accuracy and consistency from start to finish, with striking results, job after job. Contact us today to learn more.