Continuing Education

Continuing Education - November 2010


Offset Printing vs. Digital Printing

Digital Printing?  Offset Printing?  What's the difference?  Let Pro-Bind clear up the printing mystery in this month's Continuing Education.

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Jeff Kohn



Offset Printing

Offset Printing is a printing process where ink is applied to paper via a series of rollers. Pro-Bind offset prints on paper items such as presentation folders, thermal covers and report covers. Offset Printing allows for high detail and four color process reproduction.

Digital Printing

Digital Printing is when a image is sent directly to a printer using digital files such as PDF.  Digital Printing typically has a quicker turn around time and is more cost effective for some produts.  A digital press sheet size is smaller than an offset sheet size therefore not all products can be digitial printed.

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