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5 Major Printing ProcessesWhat to know about each: Substrate Image Carrier Image Area Non-Image Area
Toner-Based (Electrostatic)Digital Printing Ink-Jet Toner-Based (Electrostatic)
Digital Printing Ink-Jet Products Small Quantity Print RunsPosters & Signs Large Format Billboards Specialty Wraps
Digital Printing Toner-Based Products Low-Medium QuantitiesFull-Color Printing Books Business Cards Postcards Custom Products Fliers Brochures Photo Copies
Screen Printing Screen PrintsSubstrate – Paper, Plastic, Fabrics, etc. Image Carrier – Stenciled Screen Image Area – No stencil, open pores of screen Non-Image Area – blocked by stencil
Screen Printed Products Shirts Hats SignsScreen Printing Screen Printed Products Shirts Hats Signs
Lithography Printing (Offset)Water and Oil DO NOT Mix
Lithography Printing (Offset Printing)Substrate – Paper Image Carrier – Flat Plate Image Area – Positive areas Non-Image Area – Negative Areas
Lithography Printing (Offset Printing)Offset Printed Products Large Quantities Books Newspapers Brochures Flyers
Relief Printing (Flexography)
Relief Printing (Flexography)Substrate – Paper Image Carrier – Flat Plate, or wrapped around cylinder Image Area – Top surface of plate Non-Image Area – removed, below surface of plate.
Relief Printing (Flexography)Flexography Printed Products Packaging Plastic Grocery Bags
Gravure Printing Non-Image Area Image etched into cylinder.Ink sets in applied to the etched areas. Image Area
Gravure Printing Substrate – PaperImage Carrier – Image Etched into Plate Image Area – Below Surface of Plate Non-Image Area – Surface of Plate
Gravure Printing Gravure Printed Products Extremely Long Press RunsCatalogs Magazines Currency Plastic Packaging
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