An offset printer is a sort of printing press that transfers ink onto a rubber blanket, which subsequently transfers the image onto the paper, using a flat printing plate. In a photographic process, the picture is burned onto the printing plate, which is typically made of aluminium or polyester.

In offset printing, the ink is transferred first to the rubber blanket, then to the paper, rather than being applied directly to the paper. This makes it possible to print consistently with high-quality results on a range of materials, including paper, plastic, and metal.
Large print runs of publications including magazines, novels, and newspapers are frequently printed using offset printing.

Additionally for commercial printing projects like posters, business cards, and brochures. It is renowned for its excellent resolution and capacity to create prints with rich, full-color images.

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