Offset printing is a method of mass-production printing in which the images on metal plates are transferred to rubber blankets or rollers and then to the print media. The main advantage of offset printing is its high and consistent image quality. The process can be used for small, medium or high-volume jobs.

There are two types of offset printing machines in common use for publication today. In sheet-fed offset printing, individual pages of paper are fed into the machine. The pages can be pre-cut to the final product size or trimmed after printing. Sheet-fed offset printing is popular for small and medium-sized jobs.

In web offset printing, larger, higher-speed machines are used. These are fed with large rolls of paper and the individual pages are separated and trimmed afterwards. Web offset printing is more cost-effective for high-volume projects such as catalogues.


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