Offset printing is one of the most common printing techniques. With offset printing, an image is applied to an aluminum plate. Then this offset plate is dampened. All parts of the plate that are not filled with images take up this moisture. Then a greasy ink is applied to the plate. Since the wet parts repel the ink, the ink only remains on the parts where image is applied. The ink is now printed on a rubber cloth and this rubber cloth prints the image on paper again.
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The characteristics of Rotatek’s offset solution are: a rotative and semi-rotational machine in one (Brava) and a very fast machine with print sleeves, where changing jobs can take place quickly and cost-effectively (Universal). This makes both machines extremely suitable for small to medium-sized jobs.