Traditional offset printing called lithography. In this image to be printed is engraved on a flat stone disk, then signed and put in contact with the paper. Modern offset printing uses the same technique, but the difference. Instead, the image transfer directly to the paper is now the first offset rubber blanket before finally offset paper. Offset printing generally uses CMYK and Pantone stain. CMYK refers to the four colors (cyan, magenta, yellow and black Key) process is a standard process of imaging and text color. The accuracy of Pantone color Space Company based in Carlstadt, New Jersey, USA.
Offset printing is cost-effective to produce high-quality results, especially for long print runs. For example, one page of A4 demands through at least 1000 prints the offset would be profitable. Other advantages are the quality of the image reproduction speed and the lower the image motion increases. In fact, the offset is best suited if the claim is for more than 5,000 copies, and the chart contains fine lines, photos, screens and shades.
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