Gurgaon Graphics—Offset Printing Services
MOUNTING AND LAMINATIONS
It pays to be practical, and lamination is a must for protecting printed materials that experience frequent handling like menus, identity cards and in-store catalogues.
Lamination applies a plastic film onto the surface of your printed product, offering protection whist enhancing colour and sheen. The plastic is then bonded to the document by the application of heat and pressure, with either a glossy or matte finish.
Strengthen and reinforce your documents whilst preventing warping with our trusted foam board. We offer both spray and heat-activated adhesive to attach foam boards to your print, sliding it between the board and a laminating film. This is then fed through a heated roll laminator, leaving you with a perfectly finished product.
Call Gurgaon Graphics now for high-quality mounting and lamination services ranging from budget to exclusive.
Gurgaon Graphics Offset Printing Services
Just in case you need telling again, we love to print. What’s more, we’re experts in offset lithography, which is great for keeping the price of big print runs down. Gurgaon Graphics attention to detail and quality control play a vital role in each and every one.
WHY WE LOVE OFFSET PRINTING
- High image quality – offset printing produces sharp, clean, high resolution images
- Print more, pay less – offset printing is especially cost-effective for high volume printing
- Choice – offset printing can be used on paper, wood, cloth, metal, leather and plastic
- Fast turnaround – our offset presses use computer-to-plate systems, while older ones use computer-to-film work flows. This removes one step in the printing process, enhancing quality and turnaround
- Pantone colour matching – our offset printing uses actual Pantone inks, giving you the best match with Pantone colours
- Flexibility – from printing surface and paper type to size and special finishes, Spectrum’s offset printing caters for all tastes and design
HOW IT WORKS
Your digital file is converted to plates, with a different plate used for each of the primary colours – black, cyan, magenta and yellow. This is why offset printing is also known as four-colour printing, although there are many colours in the final output.
These plates are scanned and the data is saved on a micro cassette which becomes the master – this is used to determine the quantity of ink to be released during printing.
COLOUR AND REGISTRATION CONTROL
Colour registration is a computer-aided process whereby the Register Control System automatically aligns the printing plates according to their registration marks as they apply their respective colours during printing. This guarantees the right colours and sharper images in the final output.
Colour control determines how well the ink blends together to achieve the desired appearance in the final printed piece, and releases controlled amounts of ink onto the paper according to pre-set values.
After printing, the paper is passed through an oven to dry the ink, before moving through chill rollers containing refrigerated water to set the ink in place. This prevents inks from smudging, resulting in crisp, clear printing.
THE PRINT RUN
We print using individual sheets of pre-cut paper on sheet-fed presses, and our press is capable of handling various paper formats and sizes.
Your printed product is completed in the bindery, where the rolls of printed paper are cut and assembled in the correct order, then stapled or glued in a machine called the stitcher.
We offer a wide range of binding options, from plastic and wire comb-binding to saddle-stitching. Embossing and hot foil can also be added for a luxurious final flourish.
After printing and binding, the product is stacked so the ink can cure. We undertake rigorous quality checks of the printed sheets at this stage to ensure correct ink density and registration for a practically perfect print.