printing comparison

If you are in the process of buying a printer, you should take time to check out the various comparison charts available to you. This will help you to make well informed decisions and avoid buying substandard products. You also need to stay abreast of the latest innovations in the printing industry. However, don’t forget that no printer is perfect.

One of the most common problems that digital printers have is paper jams. This is the result of the delamination of the printed structure. To counter this problem, the yellow ink is used to calibrate the machines after the print is completed. As the result, the ink consumption of the printers usually increases. In addition to this, the amount of coverage is also reduced. Moreover, the inks used are often carbon-based inks. The GP-enhanced samples, however, have a higher structural integrity than carbon-based inks.

Lastly, you should remember that the print emissions are lower for both offset and digital printing. The reason for this is that the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in the inks are released during the chemical reaction. These gases are not dangerous to the printing operator.