Offset Printing Plate

  • High Quality and True Color

    Since Offset uses ink instead of toner (digital printing), the result of the print is a lot richer and clearer.

  • Low Cost

    Medium to large quantity printing is best used with offset printing. The more quantities that are produced, the cheaper the per unit cost becomes.

  • Fast and Efficient

    Web-fed can produce over 80,000 copies of printed materials while producing them in high quality.

  • Flexible and Dynamic

    Offset printing works on a wide range of materials including paper, cardboard, wood, leather, and plastic while providing solutions to special finishes and other design requests.


Henan Huida Print-All Technology Co., Ltd. established in 2003, is a listed enterprise integrating R&D, production and comprehensive inspection of specialized and large-scale printing plate manufacturing. The company has 4 high-speed production lines with an annual output of 40 million square meters. The products are exported to dozens of countries in Europe, ASEAN, South Asia, America, and Africa.

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Offset printing technology or offset lithography requires aluminum plates to print an image onto a rubber "blanket," which is then rolled onto a sheet of paper. Since the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper, it is called offset printing. Because offset presses work so efficiently once they are set up, offset printing is the best choice when bigger quantities are required, and provides accurate color reproduction, and crisp, clean professional looking printing.

Offset printing is the original, durable, and time-tested option. It’s best for large to massive, cost-effective print runs. Plus, it guarantees excellent color options and the broadest range of surface print materials.Digital printing is a lightweight and cost-effective choice for low print runs. It's difficult to beat because of its quick turnaround and seamless adaptability. Not to mention the constant advancement of the fresh, inventive technology.

Offset printing, also called offset lithography, or litho-offset, in commercial printing, widely used printing technique in which the inked image on a printing plate is printed on a rubber cylinder and then transferred (i.e., offset) to paper or other material.

Cheaper for Larger quantities: If you are doing a large run of a project, offset printing will save you money. The price per piece is actually cheaper than digital.

Offset lithography is one of the most common ways of creating printed materials. A few of its common applications include: newspapers, magazines, brochures, stationery, and books.

First, your images are digitally transferred onto a set of plates, which collect ink to transfer your images onto a rubber blanket that transfers images onto paper. There are two primary types of offset printing: sheet-fed and web. The most common alternative to offset printing is known as digital or print-on-demand.