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I'd check out Publish magazine -- they have an extensive
web site, too -- for articles and reviews of just this kind of
>>> Jennifer Jelinek <jlkraus -at- AMETEKWATER -dot- COM>
12/16/97 7:05 am >>>
I'm in the process of reexamining some of our printing
four-color documents, and I just got a letter from a vendor
discuss digital printing options, touting it as the wave of the
the better alternative to offset printing. My understanding is
process bypasses films and plates, and prints directly from
Does anyone know of any good, reputable resources (i.e.
that aren't trying
to "sell" the method) on digital printing? I would also be very
to here pros/cons from anyone who has experience with this
The one "con" I've encountered is that because the product
doesn't go to
films first, you don't have same capacity for proofs and color
that you do with offset printing. Is this the case?
Thanks for your input. If this is off-topic (not sure how many
deal directly w/ printers) please feel free to contact me
Marketing Services Manager
Plymouth Products, Inc. Sheboygan, WI
jlkraus -at- ametekwater -dot- com