Digital & Offset Printing

Digital & Offset Printing

We have the perfect tools to handle your jobs…perfectly.

Spectrum Print Plus offers incomparable digital printing, due both to our very talented staff and to us having some of the world’s latest, most advanced digital presses. This includes the ingenious Xerox® iGen 5™ Digitial Production Press, with its extra-large 14.33″ x 26″ sheet capability, matte dry ink, and clear inline coating. We also offer tasteful embellishments via the Xerox® Iridesse™ Color Production Press. With both systems, our customers appreciate their exceptional results, in the beauty of the final printed products and in the efficiency and affordability that these technologies inject so effortlessly into the production process.

Why digital printing? Printing directly from the computer means no need for film negatives, plates, or color make-readies, and our expertly-manned digital presses make the most of those advantages to produce better quality products, turn your job around quickly, and provide competitive rates that also help you stay on budget. These incredible digital presses can even apply metallic inks, UV coatings, varnishes, special multi-layer textures, and more. Why not request a quote and see what we can do for you?

Some of what we print includes:

Annual Reports
Booklets & Pamphlets
Cards & Stationery
Data and Spec Sheets
Direct Mailers

Fundraising Campaigns
Hospitality Kits
Identity Packages
Invitation Packages
Loyalty Programs

Pocket Folders
Press Kits
Price Sheets
Real Estate Brochures –
Sales Materials

Our digital presses also can personalize each and every piece inline. It’s called Variable Data Printing, and it enables us to print individual names and address, bar codes, etc., making it perfect for direct mail postcards, charitable fundraising letters, loyalty programs, and more. And because we have integrated Xerox® XMpie® variable data technology with our Xerox® digital presses, we can seamlessly plan, execute, and track your entire project for you, including cross-channel efforts.

Do we still offer offset printing? Yes, because sometimes a traditional offset press is a better choice. Offset has long been less expensive for large quantities and for simple black-and-white texts, but that price advantage has been falling for years and often no longer exists. Offset usually has larger sheet sizes for oversized folders and brochures, and it may be preferred if a design calls for exact matching of large areas of pure Pantone colors.

Oh, and one final advantage to Digital Printing – it’s better for the environment. Digital presses don’t need film negatives or plates and, because digital delivers color accuracy right away, there are significantly fewer make-ready chemicals produced and much less paper waste. It doesn’t mean Digital is always the best option, but it often is, and it’s wise to know the differences.

Give us a call or request a quote and we can discuss the pros and cons of your project with you to help you make the smartest, most effective choice.