Non-Impact Digital Technologies vs. Conventional Offset Lithography in Book Printing: Quality, Cost and Production Efficiency
An exploration of two common book printing processes, with emphasis on quality and cost. Process and run length trends are examined. Relevant mathematical equations are also presented.
||Book printing, Digital printing, Non-impact printing, Print on demand, Offset lithography, Print quality, Printing costs
International Journal of the Book, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.9-18.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 803.408KB).
Ian Baitz is an Assistant Professor of Printing Processes at Ryerson University. He has been involved in education and training for 15 years. He has a particular interest in issues of Conventional and Non-impact Printing Processes, Technological Education and Flexible Learning.
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