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Let’s talk paper. Digital papers to be specific. They’re an entirely different animal than papers for offset printing. And why shouldn’t they be. The printing equipment used is totally different as well—ranging from small office copiers to high volume, high heat color production machines.
The digital printing process itself faces several paper/substrate challenges. First, the media must run smoothly through the press. Second, it must adhere the ink/toner. And third, the digital paper and printing must withstand numerous bindery applications.
Brought to you by Mohawk MakeReady, this presentation can be used by your printing business for internal training initiatives.