Commercial Printing

Commercial printing, today, is certainly the largest branch of printing industry. Commercial printing has its application mainly in the printing of newspapers, books, magazines, and outdoor advertising. This kind of printing machines ensures the customers large scale printing within a relatively short span of time. Most of the commercial printers provide high quality printing, which you will not find in any other printers. Commercial printing also enables the customers with stapling, folding, and embossing. The cost of this kind of printing may be high, but the quality they provide, is unparallel.

 

There are certain additional facilities that you can get through commercial printing such as, photo printing, lithography, and color printing. The lithographic commercial printing is the process through which printing is done on a smooth surface. It requires a print block that is exposed to the sheet of paper and the desired images are imprinted on the sheet with the help of some chemical process. There are many companies, busy doing lithographic printing of labels, letterheads, and other stationary items. Actually, commercial lithography is used to print illustrations and different types of texts.

 

Today, the demand for commercial printing is increasing in leaps and bounce. To meet this growing demand, large numbers of manufacturing companies are sprouting up every day. With the gradual development of science and technology, the technology used in commercial printing has also undergone conspicuous changes. Earlier, the printing was mainly done through offset printing process, through forming plates of different shapes and sizes, and then taking the imprints on the pages. Through this process, large bulk of printing was accomplished. It was, however, a tedious job, but the cost of this kind of printing was considerably low than any other printing. But, today, the evolution in the field of printing technology has given birth to a new technology, i.e. digital printing.

 

Digital printing is the most acclaimed technology, today, which is used widely across the world. The printing process of the digital technology is done through computer and the electronic waves, which are converted into print papers. It is through digital printing that you can have a preconception of the printing mode including color, style, size, and shape, before the actual printing is done. You can easily get the preview of the printing, and in this way, you can make some necessary changes, if you like.

 

The printing quality provided through this technology is far better than those of offset printing are. In this case, the cost of the printing may be high, but there are other facilities, which suffice the value of your money. Digital printing ensures both scanty and bulk printing orders. It takes very less time for the complete printing process. In the offset printing, you cannot start with cutting and sizing the papers just after printing. You must give some time for drying the ink. However, in digital printing, the ink is very dry, which is why you need not have to dry it. You can simply start folding and cutting your printouts.

 

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