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Card stock is a thick paper used for creating custom greeting cards. It may crack and look messy if simply folded by hand. To avoid this unwanted cracking effect, print shops use creasing or scoring machines that provided nicely finished folding edges. This short film shows the process of scoring.
The process used in offset printing is simple – water and ink are added to a cylinder, which then transfers the image to a second cylinder, called the “offset” cylinder. The “offset” cylinder is made of rubber, which allows for a smooth transfer of the ink onto whatever medium is being used. This method of printing gives the final product a crisp, clear appearance. In this video, you will see most of the process of setting up and printing.
Tickets and forms quite often need to be numbered. This short film shows the semi-automatic numbering of forms.