Offset Printing

In commercial printing, Offset Print, also called offset lithography, or litho-offset, is a widely used printing technique in which the inked image on a printing plate is printed on a rubber cylinder and then transferred (i.e., offset) to paper or other material.

With a six-color offset press and 10-color perfecting press combined with color management workflow we can print at a much higher line screen than conventional printing. It also produces rich, clear, high resolution images and graphics.

Additionally, we have the ability to print up to 10 colors on our Perfector offset press which allows more consistency with brand standards.

The rubber cylinder gives greater flexibility, which allows printing on thicker substrates such as 40 mil styrene.

Ā Advantages of Offset Printing:

  • Large quantities can be printed cost effectively
  • Price tends to decrease as volume increases
  • A large variety of substrates and unique custom finishes are available
  • Custom metallic and Pantone inks are available
  • Offset produces the highest printing quality, with exceptional detail and color fidelity
  • Komori offset printer

    Color Management

    Learn how RPI uses G7 certification and ColorCertĀ® to accurately reflect your brand across inks, substrates and equipment.

    Create a project that is cost-effective with impeccable detail