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Digital vs. Offset

What is the difference between digital and offset printing Let’s talk about their differences, and where it makes sense to choose one or the other for your next print project. Digital printing works best when lower quantities are needed; think of a run of 100-500 flyers. Another benefit of digital printing is its capability of […]

Folding Tips

Basic folding tips When setting up folding on your print project it is important to remember to set up the panel that is folding in be .125 smaller. Below are a few examples of common basic folds. Folding an 8.5 x 11 to fit in a #10 envelope. Folding a brochure to 8.5 x 11. […]

Why is bleed important in my print project?

Why is bleed important in my print project? Bleed is a term in printing that is used to describe a document which has elements that touch the edge of the page, extending beyond the trim edge and leaving no white margin. It is very difficult to print and trim exactly to the edge of a […]

Paper Choices

There are many different things to consider when deciding which type of paper to print on. Everything from color brightness and image clarity are affected by the kind of paper you use. Coated vs. Uncoated Coated papers provide excellent color, smoothness, opacity and print definition. They are ideal for printing projects such as photographs and […]

Print Checklist

Here’s a Quick Checklist of Info we will Need Quantity: number of finished pieces. Account for the offset printer’s industry standard that dictates a window of 5% overs or unders. Page Count Stock: choose from various weights and finishes of offset, text or cover weight paper. Color: the number of colors to be printed (full […]

Our Latest Arrival

At Schneider Graphics we are always looking for ways to add more value for our customers…so we are very excited to introduce our new Ryobi 750 Series Offset Press. This press offers state of the art technology and automation leading to faster set ups, greater color consistency and improved overall print quality that is second […]


If your marketing materials are going out on the town, might as well dress them up with a coating… Why are coatings used on printing? Print coatings are used on printed products primarily for protection or to achieve certain visual effects. Coatings can provide protection from moisture, scuffing, scratching and finger prints. They can also […]