Now open in our new location

1320 SE Reed Market Road, Ste. 180 Bend, OR 97702


  • Printing
  • Color Copies
  • Letterheads
  • Business Cards
  • Wedding Invitations


Full service print shop
Offering offset and digital printing
Letterpress and die cutting
Graphic design services
Promotional products
Business forms
Letterhead, Envelopes, Business cards, brochures, menus, wedding invitations


Digital Vs Offset Printing
Offset printing is a traditional printing process using ink on paper. It is done with ultra-high-resolution imaging systems for creating printing plates. These systems provide the best possible print quality (2400dpi – 3600dpi) and also allow for exact color matching to the PANTONE color system. This is ideal for companies that have logos with specific colors or customers who want exact color matching from job to job. Offset printing is also the most cost effective option for large orders. As quantities go up, per-piece pricing on offset printed products go down much more significantly than digital. Offset printing is also the most versatile for a variety of paper options. Anything from thin vellum to thick cardboard stock and a selection of paper textures  is able to be printed on an offset press.


Pros: Best Quality, Exact color matching, Paper variety
Cons: Higher initial cost but improves significantly as order size increases, Longer production process


Digital printing is a computer-to-print process using inkjet or laser technologies and toner/ink. Digital print services allow for jobs to be run straight from the computer to the printer for short run/full color orders with a very fast turnaround and low entry cost.  Digital systems are a Black or Color option only. Any color printed on digital is a CMYK (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Black) color combination using toner and is not as exact as PANTONE ink but allows for multi color products for the same cost regardless of the amount of color/ink. Paper options range from standard copy paper to standard business card coverstock but is limited to smooth or very light texturing.


Pros: Good quality, Fast Turnaround, Very cost effective for smaller orders and full color/multi color prints
Cons: Colors are not exact matches, Limited paper options, Pricing does not drastically improve with larger orders


We use a high tech polymer process in the creation of our stamps. Rubber stamp polymer is supplied as a liquid and is cured using ultraviolet radiation. Although natural sunlight can cure polymer, liquid stamp polymer requires precise exposure to UV light to make rubber stamps. Through this process, we can create a wide range of densities for your stamps. We create stamps that can be used for envelopes, pottery, and concrete.

Self-inking, pre-inked and stamp-pad stamp supplier
Supplies all major brands and types of stamps – Ideal, Trodat, 2000+/Cosco, Shiny, X-Stamper
Same day/next day service
Notary and Corporate Seal stamps & supplies
Marking devices including embossers
Logo and Art stamps
Fully customizable stamps