Ever since the introduction of the media, printing[printing?:printing cutting finishing solution] has been and always will be an integral part of life. Business cards, color flyers, and color postcards are commonplace examples that require the use of printing.
Depending on the demands of the project, companies can make use of the varied available printers. Now, what is the difference between digital and offset printing? There are differences in cost and quality, but the process is also very different and quite complicated. For example, if you want multiple color business cards, both digital and offset printing can be employed to this end. However, the processing period differs. For offset printing, the working period is slightly longer than the digital process, taking a number of days to complete any of the following jobs: business cards, graphic design, and any project that requires color copies.
Digital printing on the other hand is an innovative technology that redefines the printing process and the speed with which printing jobs are finished. Whether it is color flyers, custom envelopes, custom notepads, or a host of other printing projects, the time to accomplish such is relevantly fast. Cost wise, offset printing is significantly cheaper compared with digital printing. Among its advantages in printing color business cards and other color copies are the affordability and the ability to print[print?:printing image graphic cutting solution] in mass.
If you are not in a hurry to get the finished color copies for your project, then offset printing will offer a higher quality product at a lower cost. However, if you are running out of time, digital printing is the answer.