04 Jul The Difference Between Digital And Off-Set Printing PART TWO [Infographic]
This is the second part of our infographic series on the differences between digital and off-set printing, and what the applications of the two are.
Digital typically refers to the types of printers seen in most homes and offices, which are usually ink-jet or laser. The image to be printed is sent directly to the printer and no printing plate is used.
Turn-around times are quick with this kind. In contrast, off-set types have more specific functions, and require a printing plate. The process to print typically takes longer with these.
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