offset printing

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ofset baskı
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) offset baskı
offset printing machine
ofset baskı makinesi
offset print
ofset baskı
photo offset printing
Fotoğraf ofset baskı
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Currently the most common commercial printing method, in which ink is offset from the printing plate to a rubber cylinder ("blanket") then to paper
Lithographic printing that transfers ink from a plate to a rubber blanket then to paper
An indirect printing technique that re-deposits ink from a printing plate cylinder to a rubber coated cylinder which then applies the ink to the final substrate See also: gravure, offset gravure
offset: a plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper
A process of fine printing using the principle of water and oil not mixing The process uses an etched thin, flexible metal plate that fits to a curved cylinder The inked image is transferred, or offset, from this plate to a revolving rubber covered cylinder, which in turn transfers the image to the paperboard
A photo-duplicate of each page - achieved through the use of a plate made from an the original
> Method of printing in which the inked image from a lithographic stone, a metal plate or other matrix is first transferred to an intermediary such as a rubber cylinder or blanket and then to paper, thus creating an image in the same direction as the original
Impressions are transferred from engraving plate to a rubber blanket then printed on paper
(Also known as offset lithography) A printing method whereby the image to be printed is transferred from a photographically-prepared metal plate onto a rubber-covered cylinder, then onto paper
The process of using an intermediate blanket cylinder to transfer an image from the image carrier to the substrate
Is a process of transferring ink from a metal printing plate to a rubber-covered cylinder Used on more complex artwork and for higher quantity runs
A lithographic method of printing in which the ink is first transferred from the image to an offset blanket and then to the stock which may be paper, card, metal or other material
Lithographic printing which is done not directly from the lithographic plate Offset printing is usually considered to be a photo-mechanical process
method of printing in which a printing plate first receives ink and then transfers the ink to the paper (rather than applying ink directly to the paper)
a printing technique which is more efficient at higher volumes, it involves the use of film and plates to print on the target surface
Process of indirect printing in which an impression on a flat plate is printed on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, from which it is impressed, i e offset, upon the surface to be decorated
A printing technique in which ink is transferred from a reservoir to a printing plate
Printing technique that transfers ink from a plate to a blanket to paper instead of directly from plate to paper
A common printing technique whereby ink is transferred from a plate to an intermediate blanket cylinder This "offsets," or transfers, an image so that it is not printed directly from the printing plate to the paper
The process of using an intermediate blanket cylinder to transfer an image from the plate to the paper
The term offset is often used interchangeably with lithography In fact, lithography is the printing process based on the theory that oil and water don't mix and often uses the offset process for printing an image Offset is the process whereby a printing plate first transfers its inked image areas onto a rubber blanket mounted on a cylinder in the printing press and then the rubber blanket transfers (or offsets) the inked image onto the paper as it passes through the press
Currently the most common commercial printing method, in which ink is offset from the printing plate to to a rubber roller then to paper
planographic printing by indirect image transfer
An indirect printing process whereby ink is transferred to the paper by a blanket that carries an impression from the printing plate, rather than directly from the plate itself This is the most common method of commercial printing at this time
The lithographic method of printing by which the ink is first transferred (or offset), from the plate to a blanket and then transferred to the paper or board
The process of printing by indirect image transfer, especially by using a metal or paper plate to ink a smooth rubber cylinder that transfers the ink to the paper. or offset lithography or litho-offset In commercial printing, a widely used technique in which the inked image on a printing plate is imprinted on a rubber cylinder and then transferred (offset) to paper or other material. The rubber cylinder gives great flexibility, permitting printing on wood, cloth, metal, leather, and rough paper. In offset printing the matter to be printed is neither raised above the surface of the printing plate (as in letterpress printing) nor sunk below it (as in intaglio, or gravure, printing). Offset printing, a development of lithography, is based on the principle that water and grease do not mix, so that a greasy ink can be deposited on grease-treated printing areas of the plate, while nonprinting areas, which hold water, reject the ink. The offset plate is usually of zinc or aluminum or a combination of metals, with the surface treated to render it porous and then coated with a photosensitive material. Exposure to an image hardens the coating on printing areas; the coating on nonprinting areas is washed away, leaving wetted metal that will reject ink. See also xerography
Also known as Lithography This printing method leaves a flat image, often used for weddings and brochures
offset print
lithographic printing process, process in which the inked impression is first put on a rubber roller and then printed on paper
photo-offset printing
a method of offset printing using photomechanical plates
offset printing


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