Properties of Digital Offset Printing

Through the years, many printing techniques have come and gone but offset remains one of the most used and the most sought after printing service available. Traditional offset printing is the most reliable printing method that exists today. The merging of digital technology and the time tested principles of offset printing results in the birth if a new and more dynamic printing service – Digital Offset Printing.

The difference between the technologies; with offset printing, the image is burned onto a plate and then is transferred (offset) onto a rubber blanket and an impression of that image is squeezed onto paper. With digital printing, images are designed using computer generated graphics that are programmed into the digital printer, usually an inkjet printer where tiny spray nozzles are used to distribute the ink onto paper. With digital printers you can reproduce quality images or change the format and graphics on each page.

There are many quality materials that you can produce through ImpresiĆ³n offset digital. Online Brochures, business cards, posters, flyers and greeting cards are only some of the materials that you can create and print with digital offset technique. Printing through this method uses the traditional CMYK colour space that enables you to create a wide range of colours in your prints. Online

Even with the digital phase of production, offset printing has not lost its ability to produce large amounts of orders at a very short period of time. In fact, thanks to the digital process, there are a lot less mechanical processes that you need to go through in order to finish your prints.

The impression speeds of offset printers are very fast and you can create hundreds and even thousands of prints in just minutes. Also, the most popular characteristics of Digital Offset Printing are that the more copies you print, the less your prints will cost per printed piece. The prints produced from this technique are long lasting.

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