Printing techniques

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The foundations of the graphic industry originate from the graphic craft, which has progressed over the years, with the development of technology. The basic process of making a graphic product is duplication. Printing techniques include making graphic products using different printing techniques. We differentiate
manual and industrial techniques.

Offset printing is the most commonly used printing technique, according to several studies, it’s total representation is up to 80%. It also represents the basic type of printing, flat offset printing. This solution is transferred to the selected paper via a cliché board, using a paint roller system, and finishing machines are
used to obtain the final product. By using offset printing you get printed sheets
for catalogs, flyers, business cards…

Screen printing is a printing technique that can be used on almost all flat surfaces, most often in the textile industry. The screen printing technique is very popular when it comes to large circulations, due to the excellent ratio of quality and price.
Screen printing can be said to look as it sounds, the print is realized by pushing the ink through a printing form made of silk tightened on the frame.

Pad printing is a very flexible printing technique used on curved surfaces. Pad printing is a special technique, intaglio printing that is suitable for even the smallest details. Rubber pad (cliché) transfers color to the desired surface. It is most often used for printing promotional material such as mugs, lighters, pens,
USB sticks…

Digital printing is the youngest printing technique, and the reason for the appearance of this type of printing is the simplification of the entire process. Digital printing means a connected computer in which preparation for printing is done with a machine on which printing is performed and a certain content is transmitted via a laser. The application of this type of printing is extremely wide and that is why we are constantly working on its development.

In addition to the above printing techniques, you can find many others such as dry stamp, digital UV printing, laser engraving, embroidery, sublimation, textile transfer … If you want to learn more about printing techniques while finding the one that is most suitable for you or you want to find out which are our favorites in choosing the material needed for printing, feel free to contact us.