Continuing Education

Continuing Education - February 2010


Silkscreening vs. Offset Printing

Let Pro-Bind simplify in this month's Continuing Education the difference between Silkscreening and Offset Printing and which method is best suited for your project?

Plus, be on the look out for this months special, 10% OFF Two-Piece Cover Sets! And make sure to stop by our booth at the WPPI Tradeshow in Las Vegas, March 8th through the 10th!

Best regards and sell more Pro-Bind!

Jeff Kohn



Offset Printing

Offset Printing is a printing process where ink is applied to paper via a series of rollers. Pro-Bind offset prints on paper items such as presentation folders, thermal covers and report covers. Offset Printing allows for high detail and four color process reproduction.


Silkscreening, also known as Screen Printing, is a printing method in which ink is forced through a screen, with a squeegee, onto a printing surface. Pro-Bind silkscreens vinyl, poly, kivar and leatherette products.



What's new with Pro-Bind?

Visit Pro-Bind at the WPPI TradeShow in Las Vegas March 8th-10th, Booth# 1568!

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