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When you choose Scanline Prints for your offset printing needs, you’ll know you’re getting the best value, best quality and best customer service at every step of the way—from the initial consultation, through the design, production, finishing and fulfillment. Moreover, we have a strong reputation for our exceptional customer service.

Whether you are looking for offset, digital, large-format, or on-demand printing, Scanline Prints has the services you need! Over the past two decades, we’ve established a reputation for uncompromising quality and attention to detail, and we continually strive to surpass our client’s expectations every day.




Our services

Medical Practices

Business cards


Direct mail
Custom floor plans


Business cards
Hotel collateral
Hospitality comment cards
Local guides
Take-out menus
Hang Tags
Restaurant table tents
Restaurant placements
Guest checks
Bulk Flyers

Other Business Printing Products

Informational booklets
Bill books
Product Catalogs
Binding Booklets

As technology has evolved over the years, so have we.

We print any of the above products, including large-format prints. Here are the two most well-known and commonly used types of commercial printing:

Offset Printing

Offset printing generally produces the highest quality printed products and is good for large numbers of prints of a few originals.

Traditional offset printing uses printing plates and wet ink to create prints. This printing technique affords the technician the highest degree of control over color. As a result, you often get more vibrant colors, clearer pictures, and high-end printing materials.

Digital Printing

Digital printing is the quickest way to produce short runs, especially when there are many originals.

While offset printing is often considered the printing type with better quality, digital printing has come a long way over the years. In fact, the quality of digital printing is comparable to that of offset printing.

Offset printing, a.k.a. offset lithography, has come a long way in recent years. Innovations like computer-to-plate technology have led to higher quality, greater flexibility, and more precise image registration. Although not as versatile as digital printing, offset printing remains the most cost-effective commercial printing method and is ideally suited for consistently high quality, bulk printing jobs.

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    This depends on the complexity of your quote request. The vast majority of our estimates are done within 24 hours.

    Estimates expire after 30 days. The estimate will be available on our website for that period of time and it will be removed after it expires. After that period we’ll have to re-do the estimate.

    Once your estimate is complete, you will receive a link to the web page with your estimate. After you have finished reviewing the estimate, please add it to your shopping cart, upload your files and proceed to checkout.

    Yes, you can. However, we will respond much faster if you fill out the custom quote form. This form contains all the information we need to complete the estimate. If you send us an email, there is a chance that you might forget a piece of information that is necessary to complete the estimate.


    Offset printing is a technique where the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, and then to the printing surface. When used in combination with the lithographic process (which is based on the repulsion of oil and water), the offset technique employs a flat (planographic) image carrier on which the image to be printed obtains ink from ink rollers, while the non-printing area attracts a film of water, keeping the non-printing area ink-free.

    • Consistent high-quality images. Offset printing produces sharper and cleaner images and type than digital printing.
    • The print quality is generally better then in digital printing.
    • Works on a wide range of printing surfaces, including paper, wood, cloth, metal, leather, rough paper and plastic.
    • Cheaper for high volume printing. The overall price per printed piece drops.
    • Wide color gamut. Offset printing can accurately reproduce colors from the Pantone Matching System, while digital methods only simulate Pantone color using four-color printing.

    Pantone colors refer to the Pantone Matching System (PMS), a color matching system used by the printing industry whereby printing colors are identified by a unique name or number (as opposed to just a visual reference). This helps make sure that colors turn out the same from system to system, and print run to print run.

    Standard sizes for catalogs and booklets are 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, 8 1/2″ x 11″, 8 1/2″ x 11 and 11″ x 17″.

    Common brochure sizes are 8 1/2″ x 11″, 8 1/2″ x14″ and 11″ x17″.

    Digital printing is more eco-friendly because it uses dry ink or toner, which doesn’t emit any VOCs. Also, this printing method produces much less paper waste then offset, because the set-up time is shorter.

    We have a variety of options in printing papers for leaflets and flyers. Which are silk coated paper (115gsm – 350gsm), gloss coated paper (115gsm – 350gsm), and premium uncoated paper (100gsm – 350gsm).

    Yes, we can, however, in order to reduce wash ups and VOCs, we prefer printing with process inks.

    Digital printing is a method of printing in which the data and images are printed directly from the computer onto paper.

    • Cheaper low volume printing. While the unit cost of each piece may be higher than with offset printing, when setup costs are included digital printing provides lower per unit costs for small print runs.
    • Faster turnaround time.
    • Variable data printing.
    • Better for the environment. Digital printing uses dry ink or toner, which doesn’t emit any VOCs in printing. Also, this printing method produces much less paper waste then offset, because the set-up time is shorter.
    • More accurate proofing.

    The quality difference can vary from almost negligible to significant. Most photographs and text will reproduce well on our high-end digital press. However, if a job has large solid areas of color, offset printing will achieve much better print quality. Although we print on the best digital presses available on the market, we cannot guarantee offset-quality printing on all short run jobs.

    Offset presses print great on any type of paper.

    We recommend ChorusArt and Astrolite 100PC.

    We recommend that you use offset printing if:

    • Quality is your main concern.
    • You require high-volume printing (e.g., more then 250 business cards and 1000 brochures).
    • You want to print on paper thicker then 14 pt.
    • The size of the finished product is larger then 12″x18″

    We recommend that you use digital printing if:

    • You need a short turnaround time (shorter then 5 business days).
    • You require low-volume printing (e.g., less then 250 business cards and 1000 brochures).
    • You need variable data printing.

    We have a comprehensive selection of luxury papers for your flyer printing needs. You need to state your preference to get what you expect.


    Crop marks are printed or drawn lines indicating where the paper should be cut to produce the correct page size.

    No. Any desktop publishing software can create crop marks automatically when you export your file into a PDF. In this case, you have to make sure that the trim size is the same as your document size. For example, if the final trimmed size of your business card is 3.5″ x 2″ then your document size must be the same.

    No. All files are imposed automatically by our workflow. If you submit the imposed file yourself, chances are that we will have to break it apart and re-impose it.

    If any element on your document layout makes contact with the document border you will have to use bleed. The trick is to place the element so that it goes over the border where the document will be cropped after printing.

    The term bleed is used for all objects overlapping the border of your document.

    A) Yes, bleed marks are essential when printing flyers. Please provide at least 3mm bleed on all the edges to smoothen the cutting.

    No. Conversion from RGB to CMYK is done automatically on our workflow.