Traditional Offset Printing

Traditional offset printing is continually evolving and changing, much like the rest of the communications industry. What remains constant is the ongoing need for standard printing solutions—brochures, newsletters, postcards, and catalogs. When you are unsure which printing method suits your project needs, Instaprint’s experienced representatives will gladly help you decide whether traditional offset or digital printing will serve you best. An offset press transfers ink onto paper via aluminum plates, custom-made for each job. It is a good option for larger jobs, and creates a beautiful quality product.

Your project is our priority in our print shop. Our professional and helpful staff offers custom layout and graphic design, utilizing up-to-date software and versioning for your business cards, letterhead, and envelopes; announcements, brochures, and booklets; posters, menus, and labels; business forms, newsletters, and coupons; tickets…plus much more. Instaprint uses a six-color Heidelberg press, a state-of-the-art machine that prints on coated, matte, and uncoated stocks. These presses will be found running all day and into the night, keeping our promised turn-around times even in the busiest of weeks. If your project needs more than a quick, clean trim, see our Finishing services for numerous final touches that we can put on your pieces.