Offset printing makes it possible to print large quantities efficiently and cost effectively and requires less maintenance. The most important step in offset printing is the prepress production whereby a CMYK colour model is finalized and a plate is created for each colour of the job. The plate, usually made out of aluminium, is used to transfer the image on to a rubber surface, which is then rolled onto the paper.
We use a Computer-to-Plate system, which is an imaging technology where the image is directly transferred to the plate further increasing quality. We use offset printing for large volume jobs such as newspapers, calendars, exercise books etc.
Digital printing makes it more economical to print smaller quantities and allows for variable data printing – a method where each printed piece can be personalized. It uses options such as toner and liquid ink to print directly onto the paper using laser or inkjet printers. The main advantage of this process is the elimination of the printing plate, saving time, effort and money. Digital printing can provide faster turnaround times and better quality for lower cost. This is a great option for on-demand printing and a shorter turnaround.
We use digital printing for smaller volume jobs and jobs that require variable data printing such as business cards, promotional materials, flyers, brochures etc.
We have a team of very skilled Graphic Designers to help you with issues ranging from layout, formatting or any new design works. Our designers work closely with each customer to provide the best services to ensure that they are satisfied with the quality of their product.
We have both Macintosh and Pentium based work stations linked in an intricate network that utilizes up to date print suitable application processes.
Before delivering your final products, we have a team of employees who put all the finishing touches ensuring that no detail is overlooked in the production line. These services include everything ranging from, binding and laminating to stapling, collating, folding and cutting. We believe this step is the most crucial in the process as it ties your product together giving it that extra polish so that it looks and functions exactly how you intended it to.