When comparing offset printing vs. digital printing, digital continues to grow in popularity. Yet, which is right for your next print job? Some examples are below.
For more than a century, offset printing was the standard for pretty much any print job. It’s called offset because ink isn’t applied directly to the final product. An aluminum or rubber plate is used as a go-between, holding the ink when paper is placed against it. Since this process is entirely “analog” it results in crisp and accurate reproductions every time.