Offset printing is a widely used printing method that involves transferring ink from a plate to a rubber blanket, which then transfers it to paper. This indirect process provides high-quality, consistent results and is cost-effective for large print runs, making it a popular choice for magazines, book, and brochures.
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1. What is offset printing, and how does it work?
Offset printing transfers ink from plates to paper via a rubber blanket, creating high-quality prints for large quantities.
2. What are the advantages of using offset printing?
Offset printing offers high-quality, consistent results, works with various paper types and sizes, and is cost-effective for large quantities.
3. How does offset printing compare to digital printing?
Offset is best for large print runs with top quality, while digital is for short runs and variable data projects.