Offset Printing

'Sheet-fed offset printing is a perfect base for adding special finishing printing techniques'

What is offset printing?
Offset printing is a commonly used printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or "offset") from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface.  Worldwide, about two thirds of all printing is done in offset. There are two types of offset printing machines; Rotation offset machines, where the supply of paper comes from a roll, and Sheet-fed offset machines. With sheet-fed offset, the printing press feeds the paper sheet by sheet.

In this way it’s possible to process large quantities paper per hour. Another benefit of working with paper sheets is that after offset printing, sheets can be exchanged to other special finishing machines. Our latest investment is a Heidelberg state-of-the-art sheet-fed offset press.

Advantages of sheet-fed offset printing

  • A wide variety of paper and board ranging from 60 to 500 grams can be processed
  • Vrijdag Premium Printing is specialized in printing brand related colors with the highest level of consistency
  • We can combine CMYK with PMS colors
  • We have the option to print in conventional as well in UV

Add special finishing techniques to your offset print
Because we use paper sheets instead of printing on rolls, we have the ability to put the sheets through other printing machines for special printing effects. Vrijdag Premium Printing offers you a wide range of special and luxurious finishing techniques. These special techniques make your design and packaging stand out.

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