Dry offset is the printing process normally associated with the decoration of cylindrical objects. Cups, tubes, pails, aerosols, aluminum cans, and buckets are all decorated primarily with this process. Unlike any other print process, dry offset places multiple inks, wet on wet, on a common blanket and that image is then transferred to the substrate to be decorated.
The “wet on wet” ink transfer presents several printing problems that must be properly addressed in pre-press for a job to look and run great. Imageworx has the needed experience to produce line and modified process color separations that will run well and exceed our customer’s quality expectations. With over twenty years serving the pre-press needs of our customers, the staff at Imageworx is uniquely qualified to provide our clients the quality products they need. Technical advice is always available to help our clients meet the ever tougher quality expectations your customers place upon you.