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Offset Printing

Offset printing is a kind of planographic printing. In the printing process, the inked image is transferred from a plate to a rubber blanket cylinder and then to the printing surface. Compared with other printing techniques, offset printing offers such advantages as high printing speed, consistent high image quality, and quick production of printing plates. In addition, it can cost-effectively produce large volumes of quality prints. Today, this printing technique has found a wide variety of applications, including newspapers, stationery, books, etc.

To ensure good printing results, high performance offset printing equipment is utilized. During printing, the image to be printed obtains sufficient ink from ink rollers, while the non printing area just attracts water based film and is ink free. This water-ink balanced state contributes to clean non printing area and high quality print.

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