Offset Printing

Industrial-grade printing for superior-quality, high-volume prints

Offset lithography or offset printing has been the standard method of mass-production printing since the turn of the century. In the offset process, the image or text is transferred from a plate to a rubber sheet that rolls them onto a flat surface, like a sheet of paper, plastic, or wood. G.K. Craig has state-of-the-art printing presses and a variety of paper types, sizes, and binding choices to meet your quality and budget requirements.

The main advantage of offset printing is that it produces outputs of brilliant quality, great detail, and truer colours. If you have a high-volume requirement, such as product packaging, invoices, or magazines, offset printing would also be the most cost-effective option per piece. Contact G.K. Craig for a quote or drop by our office in Orange to chat with our staff and weigh your options.

Advantages of offset printing include:

  • Produces better quality and detail
  • Are cost-effective for large volume prints
  • Brings out uncompromising colour fidelity
  • Has more material options and paper types than digital printing