Offset printing

Offset is the printing process by which the sheet is not printed in direct contact with the matrix, but through a cylinder covered with a blanket coating that reproduces on the straight sheet the inverted image printed by the inked matrix.

We print books, brochures, magazines and newspapers; moreover, the great quality of the prints that offset can produce allows us to create printed material where the visibility of details is a priority element, as in the case of furniture, design and fashion catalogues.

The possibility of allowing special processes such as punching and other accessory printing techniques and the quality of the prints that this type of printing can produce, makes offset today the favoured printing system.