Computer forms are used in dot-matrix and line-matrix printers. With its sprocket holes, it allows continuous printing without the constant loading of paper. Computer forms are also known as tabulating stock forms and continuous forms.

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To reduce the massive volume of non-biodegradable waste materials, many local government units issued ordinances that require the use of more environment-friendly alternatives such as the use of paper bags, cloth, recyclable paper and reusable checkout bags at the point of sale in all establishments. Learn More

Business Forms

Every business use paper and print for its daily transactions. Some forms we use more while others have fewer quantities. Either way, we have small sheet-fed presses that run small quantities and big sheet-fed and web presses that are economical for bigger quantities. Maximizing on our strength as a computer form printer, we use our variable data capabilities to add barcodes and serial numbers into your padded or booklet forms. From two reams, a hundred booklets to a hundred thousand pads, we can print the form for you. Learn More


Digital printing does not use plates the way offset does. Printing is done directly from the computer onto the press, just like your office laser printers. The difference is that with our digital presses, the colors are sharper and brighter. We can also use a variety of substrates to give different textures to print. Or, we can use simple coated paper and add different effects like dimensional, linen, mesh, lustre and pebbles texture for that classy finish. What’s more, turn your print to gold with our exclusive digital gold ink. Learn More


Offset printing is the standard commercial printing method used since the 20th century. It uses aluminum plates to transfer an image onto a rubber blanket, and then rolling that image onto a sheet of paper. It’s called offset because the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper. Learn More


Offset printing produces rich, accurate color and high-quality images and photographs, with sharp typefaces and fine details. It uses four basic ink colors: CMYK. Each color of ink is applied separately – one plate per color. Small dots of the four inks – cyan, magenta, yellow, and black – are deposited in specific patterns that make our eyes believe we are seeing a wide range of colors. This is why the standard offset printing process is often called 4-color printing. Learn More


Wide format printers, commonly known as large format printers, are used to print banners, posters, trade show graphics, wallpaper, murals, backlit film, vehicle image wraps, architectural drawings, construction plans, backdrops for theatrical and media sets, and any other large format artwork or signage. Learn More


Our wide format printers use inkjet technology to produce the printed image. The printers are usually designed for printing onto a roll of print media, such as stickers and tarpaulins, that feeds incrementally during the print process. We use the Roland Versa Express RF-640 Large Format Inkjet Printer. We also use the EFI H1625 LED Wide Format Inkjet Flat-bed Printer that can print on rigid substrates of up to two inches thick. Learn More


POS rolls come in varying sizes depending on the printers used. We can also manufacture rolls with print or with tint, careless rolls for taxi meters and thermal paper for use in facsimiles. Learn More