High Quality Offset Printing
With advanced machinery & Innovation
Bhagya Offset has provided high quality printing services to the South India area and beyond since 1994! We have a team of professionals who possess sound experience in the industry to deliver smooth and effective production to cover all your needs.
We are well known to our clients as we use advanced machinery for printing and we are in a process of incorporating the newest technologies available in the field of printing, because we always catre for better.
We are your one-stop print shop.
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A large variety of paper types with custom finishes can be used
Special custom inks such as metallic and Pantone colors are available
Highest possible printing quality, with greater detail and color fidelity
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What we can do
What is Offset Printing?
Offset lithography operates on a simple principle:
ink and water don't mix. Image information (art and text) is put on thin metal plates which are dampened by water and ink by rollers on the press. The oil-based ink adheres to the image area, the water to the non-image area. The inked area is then transferred to a rubber cylinder or "blanket" and then onto the paper as it passes around the blanket. The process is called "offset" since the image doesn't go directly from the plates to the paper, but is offset or transferred to another surface as an intermediary.
Why is it called 4-Color Printing?
Offset commercial printing presses and inkjet desktop printers both use four basic ink colors: CMYK. Where inkjet printing puts all the different ink colors on the paper in one pass through the printer, in offset printing each color of ink is applied separately - one plate per color. Small dots of the four inks - cyan (blue), magenta, yellow, and black (K) - are deposited in specific patterns that make our eyes believe we are seeing a wide range of colors. That's why the standard offset printing process is often called 4-color process lithography or 4-color printing.
Offset printing can also use premixed inks in specific colors including metallic and fluorescent colors, called spot colors, to obtain hues outside the normal color range of process printing.
Why Use Offset Printing?
Low price per piece
The more you print, the less you pay per piece, since most of the cost is in the setup. With a commercial printer, any additional quantity costs only a few cents per sheet for the paper and ink.
Offset printing produces rich, accurate color and high-quality images and photographs, with sharp typefaces and fine details.