The difference between digital and off-set printing Part One [Infographic]

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The difference between digital and off-set printing Part One [Infographic]

The difference between digital and off-set printing can be quite confusing, however, there are several differences between the two that can help to distinguish them.

Digital printing is best suited for small capacity output onto materials that can be placed into a standard printer, like paper, whilst off-set is for higher output and for use on materials such as cloth.

We have included a two-part infographic on the differences between the two and their applications. See part one below:

 

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At DocX, we supply all kinds of office equipment and supplies, including printers and copiers for both standard office use and production applications.

Administration is at the heart of every office, and most of it relies heavily on the printing and copying of important documents, so if this does not get done, all activities tend to grind to a halt. Similarly, when printing magazines, or another high output medium, productivity and quality are of the highest importance, and if the production printers and copiers do not perform at optimal capacity, it can be bad for business. At DocX, we understand the importance of keeping every cog in the wheel of your enterprise turning smoothly, lest the entire machine collapse. It is this attitude that makes us the best suppliers in Johannesburg of office solutions and supplies.

You can find our offices on 58 Wessels Road, Rivonia, Sandton. If you would like to purchase a machine for your workplace, or you simply require advice on an existing device, feel free to call us on 087 550 4574.

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