If you are a business looking into commercial printing options, you've probably heard of Offset Printing by now. And at this point, you've probably come across this blog looking for answers to one or more of the following questions:   

  • What is Offset Printing
  • How Does Offset Printing Work? 
  • When Should You Use Offset Printing? 
  • What's the Difference Between Offset and Digital?    

As your premier offset printing equipment dealer, Advanced Print Technologies has provided answers to all of these questions below: 

What is Offset Printing?

Offset Printing is the most commonly used printing process in the world. 

Also called Offset Lithography, Offset Printing is designed for mass production and is used by most businesses and organizations printing high volumes in need of consistent quality and low costs. 

Generally, Offset is the ideal choice for runs of 500 or more, but other advantages of Offset Printing include:

  • Cost effective for larger quantities (lower marginal costs)
  • Highest possible quality 
  • Variety of paper and ink types can be used 

Watch the video below for an easy-to-understand explanation of Offset Printing: