Used one of the old dot matrix printers with holes to feed the paper stack and cope with constant traffic jams the paper then you have an idea of how far technology has come in the printing industry. Long gone are the days a little fuzzy text and faded gray image. Today AOS printing process has gone digital and the benefits clearly shows. With amazingly clear images with bright colors digital printing displays all of your companies AOS marketing materials stationery business cards and more with as much detail as the picture.
It is not clear on the difference between digital printing and color copies of decisions at the local 24-hour store? The main difference is the quality that best explains how digital printing is actually working. Digital printing is a little bit wrong because the process AOT apply both to print itself as it is on how the image is transferred to the printing device. Think of it this way the traditional copy machines (even with the highest quality Copier color) when you place a piece of paper in the machine must be copied on the following page can only ever be as good as the original in your hand.
This means that if you have a small crease which kept him in the hand or a speck of dust on the copier it will be displayed in search results. With digital printing however an image whether text or full color picture taken directly from computer files and exit through the printing device. The end result will be as good as the original every time because it is never a physical piece of paper for copying.
It seems that with this technology Secure everyone will use but it is clearly not the case. According theprinters.com a company specializing in digital printing industry are behind the times when it comes to digital printing. New high-speed digital printing devices were capable of producing single-layered and multi-color images for over ten years but less than 5% of the printing company actually installed these devices. There are approximately 30700 printing companies in the United States and 2006 U.S. Industry & Market Outlook Burns about why it is difficult to understand how such a large industry can be so low as to use new technologies.
Perhaps the amount of time it takes for the printing industry to catch up with the latest developments rooted in its long history. In the end a process which gradually develops over the centuries. Woodblock printing is already in use in China in the 6th century and methods have been constantly updated over the years with the greatest leap forward made when Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press in Germany in 1400. Of course progress has not stopped.
According to Wikipedia several innovations have occurred in the late eighteenth century including new ways to use tools engraving lithography etching and relief. By the beginning of the nineteenth century new types of presses have been made which were much more durable than anything done before that time. Perhaps one of the greatest achievements at least every day the consumer was when Chester Carlson invented a process called xerography or photocopying in 1937. His invention is basis print today.