oregon_printing_about-980x450-new

OREGON PRINTING COMMUNICATIONS

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO PRINT WITHOUT LIMITS?

Oregon Printing Communications has been answering that question for nearly 40 years. We began as an offset printing shop, and have grown over time to offer digital printing, creative consultation, graphic design, marketing expertise and mailing services. Today, Oregon is the leading print and marketing solutions provider serving businesses in Dayton, Ohio and beyond.

You can trust your prints on our presses and other machines, including:

  • HP Indigo 5600 digital press—often called the Indigo family’s most stable and productive print engine
  • 5-color Heidelberg offset press
  • Canon 750
  • 2-color Heidelberg
  • Polar paper cutter
  • MIS software with automated PDF workflow

We have deep experience in both digital and offset printing techniques, as well as design principles and finishing touches. And we love sharing our knowledge with others. Whenever possible, we educate our customers on printing best practices—and inspire them to push the limits on their creative projects.

Whatever your vision is, we’ll help you execute it with passion and precision. Whether you’re creating sales collateral, corporate identity sets, newsletters, or personalized direct mail, you need a partner you can trust.

Are you ready to print without limits? Contact us to learn how Oregon can help you.

WONDERING WHAT A COMPANY CALLED OREGON IS DOING IN THE MIDDLE OF OHIO?

Our name honors the historic Oregon District, Dayton’s oldest neighborhood and Oregon Printing Communications’ original home. We worked in the Oregon District for 14 years, in what’s now Blind Bob’s saloon. By 1990, we outgrew the space and moved to a new building off of Third Street, just a few blocks down the road. You can still find us there today.

RECENT BLOGS

The Magic Behind White Ink

  When we hold a printed piece that features white ink, we know intuitively that it’s special—the colors and textures pop in a way that traditional inks just can’t capture.…

READ MORE

Design for the Paper

  Design for the Paper. Revolutionizing In the past, for most print projects, paper selection was an afterthought. Design and layout took center stage, and techniques like foil stamp, die…

READ MORE