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Conventional and rotary offset printing

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For catalog printing, magazine printing and brochure printing it is advisable to be equipped with the best quality and without a doubt, rotary offset printing is the only one that can provide this.

So that you know a little more about offset printing, here we leave you the difference between rotary printing and normal page printing.

Isometric drawing, what is it?

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What is an isometric drawing

Isometric drawing is a graphic representation of a three-dimensional geometric object reduced to two dimensions through parallel projection based on three axes, so that it maintains its proportions in each of the three directions of space: height, width and length.

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The most common printing techniques

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This is usually common when we decide to advertise patterns, regardless of the support, paper, fabric, hard materials, etc. We do not know the different ways in which the impression can be created.

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What is the sublimation technique and its applications?

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Sublimation is the technique of marking objects by transferring ink to an object with heat activation. Sublimation allows the transfer of images and designs to a wide variety of objects such as urns, plates, boxes, plates, rugs, textiles, bags, puzzles, etc.

These objects must be covered with polyester varnish or, if they are woven, they must contain a minimum of 75% polyester (sublimation cannot be performed on cotton).

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What is bit depth?

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What is color depth or bit depth?

If you’ve worked closely with photographers or graphic designers, you’ve probably heard phrases like: “This image is 24-bit,” “Red channel needs to be changed,” or “Image has 16 million colors.”

They all have one thing in common: they are related to the concept of color depth. In this post, we will see what color depth is and how it differs from resolution

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The importance of paper and its weight in printing

When it comes to printing, the importance of paper is essential. You must take into account the characteristics of the document or image and of course the use or purpose that we are going to give it, since the choice of a specific type of paper resulted from this whole set.

Once these previous questions have been overcome, we must pay attention to the paper, its weight and in general the importance of the paper, since the quality and the result that we will achieve arose from it.

Offset printing plates

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Offset printing is a printing technique in which you have an ink covered plate that transfers the image to a rubber blanket, which in turn transfers it to paper or substrate.

What is prepress?

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Prepress, also known as prepress, is a term used in the publishing and printing industry for the process that occurs between the creation of a print design and the final print, with the purpose of ensuring a certain result.

Prepress includes image and text adjustments or the creation of high-quality documents for printing, as well as in-house construction plate making that can be installed out of the box.

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