Full Color, Sharp, crisp, 500 line screen offset Printing
Fast Turn around
Standard 2-4 days, or Rush 1 Day.
We have some of the best industrial print prices in the business.
Not all print shops are created equal!
Our print facilities have the most technologically advanced printers in the world, these facilities have expanded from a single building in 2001 to eight fully operational facilities in California, Ohio, Texas, Florida, and New Jersey. These production facilities range from 42,000 square feet to 105,000 square feet and are equipped with the state of the art presses and finishing equipment.
To ensure each print job has crisp color and sharp lines, our equipment is computer controlled at 500 line screen on every job. As a Super Trade Printer, they offer a wide range of finishes including Matte, Spot UV, Full UV, Spot AQ, and other coating options and offer some of the nation's lowest prices, and is equipped to handle any print job at any time.
In a time when people are recognizing how delicate the environment is, it is important for companies to shift into a more environmentally conscious state.Our print shop has taken the initiative and grown into an environmentally friendly corporation by taking significant steps in their production of print products. Our print facilities were one of the first trade printers in the nation to begin using soy-oil based inks instead of traditional petroleum-based ink. Also known as vegetable-oil ink, soy ink is a great advancement in the print industry. Soy ink is a safe and environmentally friendly ink because of its simple compound compared to petroleum–based ink. Using a simple process to make the ink, it consumes very little energy and makes it very efficient. Soy ink has many great advantages; one is its distinguishable clearness which allows for brighter colored ink, which petroleum-based ink do not allow because of its darker content. Thus soy inks are popular for their vibrant colors. Soy ink can also be easily removed from paper, which is helpful in paper recycling, as it is quicker to process the paper. As the print industry evolves, soy ink becomes an increasingly popular alternative.