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Digital Printing

Digital printers are widely popular and are suitable for both large and small printing jobs. A digital printing system does not require a printing plate like some other systems, which makes it an efficient and time-saving option for those looking to fulfil a variety of printing jobs. 

Gravure Printing

Gravure printing system, also known as Rotogravure, has been regarded as one of the most reliable printing systems on the market. This system is known for its high quality printing capability and its impressively high printing output. In general, gravure printers are more suitable for porous substrates, making it a great choice for highly detailed printing jobs, such as magazine covers. 

Flexographic Printing

The flexographic printing system is rather similar to its rotogravure counterpart in the sense that both systems put out high quality prints and are considered a great choice for high volume printing. While both systems make use of an image carrier to transfer the print onto the substrate, the rotogravure uses a more traditional metal plate format in comparison to the flexographic system that uses a variety of polymer or elastomer image carriers that come in a form of plate, sleeve or cylinder. Flexographic printers can print on both porous and non-porous substrates, making it a great all-round printing system. 

Offset Printing

Offset printing system is known primarily for its ability to print on various substrates such as paper, plastic, wood, and cloth. This is made possible thanks to the use of a rubber image carrier that is pliable and can conform to a variety of surface textures and contours. In terms of label printing, an offset system can yield a raised text or image, which is not achievable with other systems.

Letterpress Printing

The letterpress printer, also known as a typography system, is considered to be the oldest printing mechanism available on today’s market. As the name suggests, a letterpress printer uses a plate with raised pattern to pick up the ink and imprints it onto the surface of the paper. While the quality of the prints may not be as sharp and crisp as those found in other systems, the letterpress method has managed to find its purpose in today’s competitive market through smaller scaled custom printing jobs.

Thermal Printing

Direct thermal printing utilises heat to imprint the content onto a special type of substrate with a heat-activated surface. Another type of thermal printing technique is known as thermal transfer printing, which utilises a ribbon that passes between the heating unit of the printer and the surface of the substrate. This mechanism is activated when punctual heat is applied from the heater, which causes the ribbon to melt onto the substrate, thus; forming the printed image. Both thermal printing systems are widely used across multiple industries, such as retail, logistics, and travel to name a few.

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