The choice is dictated by a few key factors, namely the required quality of the final product, the budget and the timeframe available. It’s not an easy set of characteristics to balance for each printing job so allow our concise but accurate guide to help you.
Offset printing is a commonly used printing method that involves an inked image being transferred (or offset) via a series of rollers from a plate to a rubber blanket, then transferred to sheet fed or rolls of paper. You may well be familiar with footage of printing presses outputting up to 20,000 sheets an hour. Sheet fed offset printing is the most common method printing when it comes to creating printed material for mass distribution.
Digital printing involves direct printing from a digital medium using either inkjet or laser technology. The primary benefit of this methodology is speed and the ability to print short runs cost effectively.
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