A method of printing by which images print by transferring ink from a plate to a blanket to paper instead of directly from plate to paper. Offset printing is used for most standard printing items, such as stationery, brochures, books, and posters.
A printing process that uses a raised surface of flexible rubber or photopolymer printing plate mounted on a rotary drum and thin, fast-drying inks to print on almost any roll stock. This printing method is mainly used for packaging and labels.
Printing by plateless imaging systems that are imaged by digital data from prepress systems. Posters, billboards and signage are among some of the things printed using digital printing.
A method of printing by using a squeegee to force ink through an assembly of mesh fabric and a stencil. Screen printing is used on a wide range of materials, such as paper, textiles, glass, ceramics, wood, and metal.