In Offset Printing plates are used which is normally made up of aluminium and that are used to transfer an image onto a rubber ‘blanket’ and then rolling that image onto a sheet of paper. In Offset printing the ink is not transplant directly on to the paper and it is the best choice for the qualitative printing. The results we get from offset printing are very accurate and they give professional looking printing.
Digital printing does not use plates and you pay a flat price per piece as there is no use of plates and setup fees are involved. It can give you personalized printing because of its variable data capability. When you need a unique code, name or address on each piece, digital printing is the only way to go.
Which is better?
Both printing methods are equally useful, as per the requirement of your project. Offset printing is more beneficial when you need larger runs of a project or are using a specific brand centric pantone colour. And if you need small run, with individual information, Digital printing is more suitable option. Printing solutions in India are based on these two types of printing methods.At Verve the organisation providing printing solutions in Delhi, we do both as per the requirement of the projects with best quality results and in affordable prizes.