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Highest Quality Printing
Offset printing is the technique wherein the image is transferred from the plate, to a rubber
layer, before being pressed to the printing surface. There are two versions of offset printing
including one that prints on tin (developed by Robert Barclay in 1897) and the version that
prints on paper (developed by Ira Washington in 1903). Of course, more sophisticated machines
are in use today but the basic principle remains the same. Offset printing can be used together
with lithographic techniques. In essence, it is based upon the reaction between water and oil.
Offset printing makes use of a planographic carrier which will print on the specified areas.
Meanwhile, the non-printing area obtains the water-based film so these areas will remain
blank. Offset printing is probably the most commonly used printing technique for commercial
use. Some of its applications include printing for magazines, newspapers, books, stationary, and
brochures. Click here digital printing for more details.
Nowadays, publishers use computers rather than the plate processes as the new technology
produces better quality prints. Offset printing has existed for more than a century because it
has a lot of advantages. However, this doesn’t mean that it is free from downsides. That’s why
there is a variety of printing techniques available today. The best way to determine which
printing proce At Picture Publishing, we make use of the offset printing method, meaning a fast
recovery, cheaper costs, along with quality items. Request an example box to determine the
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change instantly. Welcome to Picture Publishing. To learn more about the brochure printing.
Your printing solutions include hardcover book printing, soft cover book printing, cable-e guide
printing, spiral guide printing, band guide printing, brush guide printing, board-book printing,
pop up guide printing and youngsters' guide printing etc. Depending on the requirements,
quality desired, and goals of the customer, there are many different ink types they can take
advantage of. Offset printing offers many options. We get more info on callimedia.
Callimedia are global print experts, offering the highest quality brochure and catalogue printing.
They deliver print and multi-channel communications services to a diverse range of clients from
the travel, mail-order, retail and corporate sectors.
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