Bringing Your Ideas to Color
Offset Printing and Digital Printing
Even with all the digital technology we have at our fingertips, printed materials are still a huge part of what makes businesses and nonprofits function. From promotional materials like booklets and postcards to everyday office items like invoices and letterhead, no job is too big or too small for us.
What’s the difference between offset printing and digital printing?
While offset printing works by transferring ink from a plate to a rubber sheet that rolls the ink onto paper, digital printing, uses digital technology, not plates, to transfer ink to paper. We typically use offset printing for our bigger jobs, where digital printing is best used for smaller jobs or projects that need to be produced quickly.
From Print to Product
Finish your job with any of the following services:
GBC Comb Binding
From Your Idea to Their Doorstep
Direct mail gets the best response rate per advertising dollar spent. When you think about the postal regulations, different postage rates, weight and size requirements – that is where we can help. We will not only guide you in the right direction, we can offer ideas to lower your postage bill.
We also offer Every Door Direct Mail® (EDDM) services to promote your business. EDDM can send postcards, menus, and flyers to targeted customers. Our EDDM Online Tool maps ZIP Codes and neighborhoods, and we can filter by age, income, or household size using U.S. Census data.
Our mailing capabilities include:
- Ink jet printing your pieces using your list, or a purchased list
- National Change of Address U.S Postal certification
- Business Reply Mail and Courtesy Reply Mail bar-coding
- Every Door Direct Mail®
We deliver your mailing directly to the Post Office
From Concept to Print
We have a complete graphics department utilizing both MAC and PC platforms.
We can help you design a branding concept and transform that into everything from business cards to full color catalogs. We accept most digital files and offer scanning, logo design, typesetting and output.