Litho Offset - Heidelberg Speed Master
Can Do Paper Bag uses the most advanced technology in printing paper bags
– the Litho Offset. In this process, the desired print image is transferred via computer-to-plate (CTP) and is then transferred (or offset) from the plate to a rubber blanket, and finally to the printing surface. The lithographic process is based on the repulsion of oil and water. The image to be printed gets ink from ink rollers, while the non printing area attracts a film of water, keeping the non printing areas ink-free.
Litho Offset Printing is suitable for all kinds of promotional print documents
and is particularly economical for high-volume
Computer-to-Plate (CTP) Technology
A high line-density of 200 lines per inch, produces greater detail and sharpness.
The Advantages & Opportunities
- Cheaper Large Volume Print-runs.
- Ideal for mass distribution printed materials.
- More print sizes (up to A2).
- Various finishing & binding options.