We work on latest machinery and Offset and digital techniques of printing. What makes us different from competitors is that we use eco-friendly printing in which we use recycle & eco friendly paper, ideal for greeting cards, paper bags, labels, etc. We print Catalog, Brochures, Magazines, Danglers, Posters, Flyers, Annual Reports, Balance Sheets, Paper Bags, Calendars, Etc. Our various printing services are:



Offset printing is the commercial printing method used around the world since 20 th century. This type of printing is used by the businesses and Multi-Nationals as an effective and cost-control way of marketing. Delhi Printing uses the traditional offset printing on the latest and advanced genuine Heidelberg machines for excellent and quality results, however the concept of offset printing isn’t new but with our state-of- the-art technologies and machines of 21 st century we guarantee fast, reliable, best quality and affordable printing to our customers.

What is offset printing?
Offset operates on a very simple fact, ink and water don’t mix. Image, text or both are sublimated on the metal plates which are dampened by water and ink by rollers on the press machine, the oil based ink is adhere to the image area and the water on the non-image or text area. The inked area is then transferred to a rubber cylinder or blanket and then onto the paper as it passes around the blanket. The process is called offset since the image doesn’t go directly from the plates to the paper, but is offset or transferred to another surface as the intermediary.

What is 4-color printing?
Offset printing or even your desktop ink-jet printer work on the principal of four basic ink colors which is CMYK. All the other colors are form by these 4 base colors which are Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. These 4 colors are spread in the form of small dots in such a pattern that makes our eyes believe we are seeing a wide range of colors. That’s why we often know the offset printing as four color printing. Offset printing can also use premixed inks in specific colors including metallic and fluorescent colors, called spot colors, to obtain hues outside the normal color range of the process printing.

Why use offset printing?
The advantages of the offset printing are better quality and cost-effective for a higher volume of production, which can be used as a strong and effective marketing tool for a business as it can print a single sheet of 28 X 40 inches in one go. The more you print the less you need to pay, brilliant quality results, as it produces rich, accurate color and high quality images and photographs, with sharp typefaces and fine details.

Digital printing

Since the digital printing has been launched in the year 1993, it has taken the printing industry by storm. Since the launch it has taken almost 39% of all printing and it is even expected that digital printing may reach EUR 15 bn in 2016 in the European market. The vice-president of HP and Indigo Mr. Chris Baker says ‘The growth of digital printing has been driven by the marketers. Companies need to communicate effectively with their customers and digital printing provided them with a way of doing this efficiently’.

Green Earth
Digital printing method can boost the green credentials of any company; unlike conventional printing there is no need to get the data transferred to plates resulting in no wastage of metal and chemical components and paper. Here the digital document files get converted into the digital final print and no pre-printing stages are required.

Digital printing offers a quicker and accurate response due to its minimal press setup. It even simplifies the printing process, traditional films and plates are redundant, there is no press make ready needed. No adjustments, no ink matching, no plate mounting is required. There is less manpower required in digital printing, so as a result the final product can be delivered quickly.

Short Quantities
Digital printing is the ideal method of producing short quantities with exact accuracy, the best advantage of the digital printing is you can anytime take a sample print to see the final outcome of the job, and if you feel that the colors or the images are not as per your expectation then you can change it with the minimal efforts to achieve better results. In traditional printing the minimum printing costs are fixed like the plate cost, ink cost, running cost and wastage, so if you have small requirement, we have digital printing solution for that as well.

Large format Printing

What is large format printing?
This type of printing is loosely defined as the poster size and larger. The beauty of the large format printing at Delhi Printing is that you can print up to 16 feet of width by any length in one single piece, for large images there is the capability to seam material together to produce a graphic at virtually any size. Large format printing is also called as wide format printing ideal for banners, indoor-outdoor signage, wall murals, wallpapers, window and floor graphics, sandwich boards, vehicle graphics, standees, led-panels and many more.

  • Posters
  • Banners
  • Canvas
  • Sandwich boards
  • Trade show displays
  • Photo enlargements
  • Fabric banner
  • Mesh banner
  • Standees
  • Led panels
At Delhi Printing, we have the capability of printing of very high definition images on a wide range of materials of different thickness, weights and finishes including photo papers, vinyl, mesh, canvas, sun boards and various textile materials. Digital flatbed printers can also print directly to most of the flat surfaced materials like acrylic, polyboard, corrugated board, pvc, aluminum, etc.

Printing Quality
There is majorly 3 types of printing in large format solvent, eco-solvent and inkjet. Were solvent is best suitable for outdoor use and inkjet is preferred for indoor use where as eco-solvent can be used indoor and outdoor use.

While designing for the large format always remember these 3 points.
  • If you are using a photograph for the large format then the resolution of the picture should be at least 150 DPI, this will keep the image from pixilation.
  • Vector-draw logos and graphics are better than raster images.
  • Consider bleeds in your design. Large graphics are often made from multiple panels that have to line up together.