• Dennis posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Printing with offset technology uses aluminum plates that transfer images onto rubber blankets, and then roll those images onto paper. Due to the fact that the ink does not transfer directly to the paper, it is called offset printing. With offset POS printing , you can print large quantities efficiently, and get accurate color reproduction and crisp, clean prints that look professional.

    There are several advantages to offset printing:

    Cost-effectively print large quantities

    Printing more pieces reduces the price per unit

    There is a wide range of paper types and custom finishes available

    The inks are available in metallics and Pantone colors

    The highest possible print quality, with greater detail and color accuracy