Process Of Offset Printing
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Offset printing refers to the printing technique where ink is applied to a metal plate that is etched with images, then transferred to a rubber plate and finally imprinted on the substrate. That is just a small part of the entire offset printing process. The entire process involves the pre-press production, the actual press run and the bindery.
Creating The Artwork
The creative process can involve any number of people from graphic artists, cartoonists, copywriters, and creative directors to illustrators and editors. It is very important to proofread the entire artwork before sending for final printing. The artwork is generally sent in a digital format either on CD, floppy or via the Internet.
The Printing Process
Offset printing is something almost every commercial printer is involved in. However the quality of offset printing often depends on the experience of the printer and the equipment used. There are three main steps in the printing process.
Thus, the offset printing process involves a number of stages and the hard work of many professionals. It is no wonder that offset printing is a large industry in itself and the applications of offset printing are increasing day by day.
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