With offset printing, one of the most common printing techniques, you can apply your desired logo and other graphic designs on corrugated cardboard boxes and parcels.
What is Offset Printing?
Offset printing, also called lithography, is the most common type of printing for high-volume commercial jobs. Have you ever seen videos of newspaper printers working with large rolls? This is the offset printing technique. Offset printing technology is a printing technique that uses plates, usually made of aluminum, to transfer the image to a roll mold and then roll this image onto a sheet of paper. In offset printing, ink is not transferred directly to the paper. Offset printing machines are no longer the machines that are used very much today. It is a type of printing used in many and specific products. The possibility of applying to different products and materials is not as wide as digital printing. It is a printing technique used for a large number of print jobs and limited products.
- Print quality is high,
- Printing is not limited to 4 colors. Depending on the sensitivity of the paper used, extra pressure can be applied to the same place,
- All papers between 40 gr and 450 gr can be printed,
- Print wastage is low,
- Special applications such as Lacquer, Special Cut, Foil, Embossed, UV Lacquer, Numerator, Cellophane can be made.