Offset Printing Unit
Offset printing is a type of print that returns the text and photograph on the rubber surface of a revolving cylinder and then prints it on paper with another cylindrical pressure.
The typical offset printing machine has three cylinders. In offset printing, they first transfer what needs to be printed on a metal plate called zinc, then make it sensitive with chemicals so that only its writings and images take the print ink. Zinke is wrapped around the first cylinder;
Its design is due to pressure on the rubber coating of the second cylinder. The white paper, which wraps continuously around the third cylinder, takes the material from the rubber coating of the second cylinder. Offset printing machines work more quickly than flat prints (letters). Offset printing was carried out as a result of the development of outstanding indirect printing or lethurst. In fact, the word offset means indirect and transcendent.
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