Florida Sun Printing offers a cold web offset printer for fast turnaround press production of newspapers, tabloids, broadsheets, magazines, and catalogs in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Bahamas, and Puerto Rico

Florida Sun Printing uses a web offset press to print a variety of formats in the form of Tabloids, Broadsheets, Magazines and Catalogs. An offset press is beneficial in printing jobs because speed is a major factor when considering turnaround time for press production. In this process, the ink dries by absorption into the underlying paper without the need for heated ovens or dryers. In addition to the benefits of speed and faster turnaround times, web presses have the inline ability to cut, perforate, and fold.

Cold Offset Printing Vs. Digital Printing so what is the difference?

Cold Web offset printing (also known as non-heatset) is a Web offset printing process in which ink is allowed to dry naturally through evaporation and absorption. In the alternative method, heatset Web offset printing , ink is dried rapidly by forced-air heating.

Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small-run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources are printed using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers. It also allows for on-demand printing, short turnaround time.

DID YOU KNOW?
When preparing images for newsprint printing it is better to use lighter images. You can do this in Photoshop. Newsprint tends to print images a bit darker due to paper absorbancy. Your images, if not lightened, can look darker than you expect.
If you have any concerns about your settings in your document, please feel free to contact our pre-press department for more details.


Web (Roll) of Paper being fed into Press.