The difference between print jobs in offset systems and digital print jobs

For general customers who have used print services Whether it is a small print shop or a large printing house, you may have heard the staff speak about “Offset printing” and “Digital printing” but do not know what it is and how it is different. And your print job should print which system is suitable for both quality and price To be useful in making decisions Let’s see that offset printing And how digital printing works differently?

Offset printing system: Printing in this system is a standard type that is commonly used in the quality of work. Will emphasize the resolution of the pigment Can separate the screen with a lot of resolution The work is so beautiful. As for the printer, there are many sizes. There are both small and large machines. By choosing the appropriate work In terms of materials that can be reduced, there are various types such as paper, smooth surface. Rough surface paper, stickers, etc. However, this type of printing system is suitable for a large number of jobs. Resulting in a cheaper unit price

Digital printing: printing in this system is fast. Save time and money as well. Which is printed with a printer attached to the computer Therefore do not have to separate the color in the print as the offset system Causing a lot of complicated work processes to be reduced The convenience, speed and quality of the printouts are close to the print job with the offset system. By receiving the image data from the computer and can print the job at all Therefore suitable for a small amount of work

Summary of both offset and digital printing systems There will be different advantages and disadvantages. Therefore making each type of printing system suitable for different tasks So what kind of printing system to choose? Therefore depends on the nature of the work to be printed, the quality, quantity and budget required.

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