The qualities of offset printing

Offset printing can be seen in the packaging of the different products that we consume every day, from food to the packaging of personal hygiene items.
This type of process derives from lithography, since it consists of an indirect impression. The offset printing for packaging is achieved with a laser that is reflected in a spot, and through a rotating roller the ink is transferred to the support.

Characteristics of offset printing
Ink is the key element in offset printing. The liquid dries very fast and is really resistant. In addition, the printing technique is recognized for its speed in the production phase.
Plastic film and paper are the most used surfaces for offset printing, achieving a visual result similar to gravure, with clean stochastic points, sharp plot points and a well-shaped typeface.

Types of packaging for offset printing
Offset printing is part of our day to day, as we see it present in the packaging of products of different brands. The different types of packaging in which this printing is applied are, among others:
Packaging for cheeses, sauces, sausages, pesacdos and seafood, dry foods, fruits and vegetables, nuts, sweets, animal feed, personal hygiene products … The ink is able to withstand the lowest temperatures and another of its advantages is that can be captured with total quality on a large number of surfaces.

If you have a company that works with products, do not hesitate to opt for offset printing to offer an excellent image of your brand.
Remember that the presentation of the product is very important to gain consumer confidence. This type of printing process guarantees that the images will last through time, in diverse climatic conditions.
Offset printing is used by most of the big companies in the world, with the aim of giving a professional design to each of its products.