Paper printing is a common business even in this business age, and there are various methods used for this.

Offset Lithography:

Used for mass-production printing using metal plates transferred to rubber blankets or rolers to print many types of products, like: magazines; cards; books; stationery; boxes; etc. Good for rough/flat surfaces.


Basically a modern version of letterpress, which uses a flexible relief plate to print. Great for quickly printing a lot of flat and smooth surface substrate.

Digital Printing:

A modern way of printing that encompasses many techniques, such as inkjet and laser printing. Better and cost effective if printing in smaller quantities.

Large Format Printing:

Also known as wide format printing, this uses special printing equipment for printing larger sizes than the typical printer can print. Some examples would be: posters; large maps, larger displays, wall panels, blueprints, banners.

Flock printing:

A printing process that utilizes short fibers of rayon, cotton, wool, etc applied to an adhesive coated surface, giving the surface a suede-like texture.

Pad printing:

This uses an offset printing process that prints onto 3D material from a silicone pad.

Thermography Printing:

Uses heat to create the design on sheets of paper. Great for creating raised lettering on cards.


Process where the image is incised into the surface, and those parts hold the ink to create the print. Mostly used for paper money and stamps.


Relief printing is used for this, which creates a print that is a raised surface continuously on many copies. Used mostly for fancy invitation cards and business cards. We are located in Southern California, and work closely with our customers to ensure you are heard and make the website as user friendly as possible. Our friendly customer service is always happy to assist and help you accomplish what you are needing to track with our site, and make it as efficient as possible.

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