Comparing Digital Offset Printing Part I
Comparing Digital and Offset Printing, Part I
When it comes to your printing and drying process, you want to make sure you have the best materials and that your method produces the best products and in the most cost efficient way. Two popular methods are digital printing and offset printing.
Offset printing remains the most widely used printing process, especially for high volume commercial applications. Although there have been recent advances in digital printing, Offset still offers the most benefits.
The first point, and at the end of the day what all printers are striving for, revolves around image quality. If how your image looks is the most important, than Offset is for you.
Another distinct advantage of electron beam over digital printing is the wide range of printing surfaces that you can use to fit to the needs of your customers. With eBeam, you can print clean and crisp images on paper, wood, cloth, metal, leather, rough paper and even plastic.
Forward looking companies take into account possible substrate applications. One, it allows businesses to be able to stay on top of consumer needs and wants. It also allows for future development. If you want to expand into another market, with electron beam offset, you are already equipped to handle the change. Switch from paper to metal or foil without any problem or slowdown.