WEB OFFSET PRINTING
HOW IT WORKS
Solo Printing has been a major player in the web offset printing industry for the past 35 years. Over the years, Solo has continuously reinvested in new presses to keep up with the latest technology that the print industry has to offer. Our (2) full size web offset presses produce consistent results of the highest quality rivaling that of sheet-fed.
Our committed web offset pressmen are some of the best in the industry with an average of 15-20 years of experience. Rest assured your high volume jobs are in good hands with us. Our web presses are ideal for large runs that demand quick turnaround and consistent quality.
The Komori’s offer unparalleled quality and versatility with a full array of in-line folding and sheeting options, auto plate, close loop color, in-line aqueous and gluing, allowing many products to be printed and assembled in one quick operation—saving time and money. Solo Printing has consistent, high-quality printing, and advanced interface systems to shorten the production time, which makes for an efficient operation.
Web presses are ideal for large runs of:
The days of less than mediocre web printing are gone. Our Komori 38s presses produce consistent results of the highest quality rivaling our sheet-fed presses. Ideal for larger print runs that demand a faster turnaround, our web presses deliver exceptional quality and versatility with in-line folding and sheeting options, auto plate, closed loop color control, in-line varnish and gluing. These capabilities allow many products to be printed and assembled in one quick operation saving you time and money. The efficiencies of shorter make-readies and minimizing paper waste yields better schedules and savings to our customers.
Below are some key advantages to our web offset printing services in Florida:
With web offset printing, Solo is able to utilize the process for any high-volume publications. Some common printing applications include books, magazines, catalogs, and brochures.
Web Offset Printing Versus Sheet-Fed Printing
The quality of web offset printing now rivals that of sheetfed printing. Sheetfed printing uses individual cut sheets of paper whereas web offset uses rolls of paper. Sheet-fed printing should be considered for small to medium-size print runs. Web offset printing is better suited for longer runs and can utilize thinner paper stock.
Our pressroom is filled with professionals that have a wealth of experience in the printing industry. They understand how to operate our machinery to achieve the ideal end result for our clients. We have spared no expense to equip our pressroom with industry leading web offset printing machinery capable of taking on heavy workloads.
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