Press Capabilities

Offset printing is still the most widely used of all printing techniques.  The process produces sharper cleaner images. Norco Printing prides itself on consistently producing high image excellence, offering award-winning quality to the end user.

 

The first lithographic offset “press” was created in the 19th century, and was designed for printing on metal.  A lot has changed since then.  Being environmentally conscious, Norco uses only soy based inks, and promotes eco-friendly aqueous coatings.  And although presses are computer driven, it still needs experienced, well-trained press operators to insure quality, and consistency throughout the run. 

 

P R E S S E S
(max sheet size max image size)

  • Five-color plus coater Komori Lithrone 28.375 x 40.5625 27.75 x 40.1875
  • Six-color plus coater Komori Lithrone 20.5 x 28.375 20 x 28
  • One-color Heidelberg Letterpress 10 x 15 9 x 13
  • Two-color Chief 10 x 15 9.5 x 13.25
  • Thermotype Thermographer
  • (2) Indigo Digital Presses