Monthly Archives: March 2012

What the process of offset lithography?

Offset lithography is the workhorse of printing. Almost every commercial printer does it. But the quality of the final product is often due to the guidance, expertise and equipment provided by the printer. Offset lithography works on a very simple principle: ink and water don’t mix. Images Read More... ...

What is Prepress Printing Process 1?

We’ll look at offset lithography, the most commonly used printing process, and detail the three production steps: pre-press, press run and bindery. We’ll follow the publication of our new magazine, , from start to finish to explore this process. The Creative Process Every print piece Read More... ...

Design ingredients for Presentation Folder printing

Presentation folders are a unique form of promoting your brand and business. While presenting, Presentation folders can be used as a very effective form of aid to portray your brand and try to send the message across. Instead of the usual mediums like the presentation and printed notes Read More... ...

Temperature changing anti-fake label printing

Temperature changing anti-fake label printing is the process uses temperature sensitive security inks which can change color in hot to print. Usually it can be subdivided into reversible and irreversible thermochromic anti-fake ink; and the color change temperature is 34-100 degrees Celsius. Hand Read More... ...