The most common form of lithographic printing in which the image area and the non-image area exist on the same plane (plate), separated by chemical repulsion. To print, the ink is “offset” (transferred) from the plate onto a rubber blanket and then to the paper.« Back to Glossary Index
offset lithography (photolithography, offset)
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