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Zach Pawelek Mrs. Kelly Taylor 11 February 2019 GRA 111-001 Sheetfed Offset Response Seemingly created by accident, offset printing was invented in the late 1700’s by Alois Senefelder. While this method is used and altered in a variety of ways, the most prominent forms of it come in web and sheetfed printing. This is preformed by either using rolls of paper and indi- vidual sheets of substrate, respectively. Printers who use these methods can exceed upwards of 10,000 sheets per hour. However, the most interesting portion of offset printing, is the cost effec- tive nature of the job, in conjunction with the longevity of the process. Cheaper substrates such as limestone were used as a substitute for copper, and is even used today for stylistic effect. During the printing process, a large amount of rollers and systems are used to carry the ink to the final substrate. However, to keep the dampening, inking, transferring, and distributing
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