Offset Printing

Offset printing, also known as offset lithography, is a popular and widely used printing technique that produces high-quality printed materials efficiently and cost-effectively. It is named "offset" because the ink is not directly applied to the paper, but is first transferred or "offset" onto a rubber blanket before being transferred to the printing surface.


The offset printing process involves several key steps. First, the artwork or design is transferred to a metal plate, typically made of aluminum or polyester. This plate is then mounted on a printing press. The plate is treated with chemicals to make the image areas receptive to ink and the non-image areas receptive to water.

Offset Printing

Offset printing, also known as offset lithography, is a popular and widely used printing technique that produces high-quality printed materials efficiently and cost-effectively. It is named "offset" because the ink is not directly applied to the paper, but is first transferred or "offset" onto a rubber blanket before being transferred to the printing surface.


The offset printing process involves several key steps. First, the artwork or design is transferred to a metal plate, typically made of aluminum or polyester. This plate is then mounted on a printing press. The plate is treated with chemicals to make the image areas receptive to ink and the non-image areas receptive to water.