They simply expect it to look good in its final form.
Sheet-fed printing is a high-quality printing process that either uses individual sheets of paper that are manually fed into the printing machine or a roll of paper that offers a continuous feed and can be cut during the printing process. The alternative to a sheet-fed printer is a web printer, which uses large rolls of paper that are continually fed through machines, then cut after all printing is complete.
While it may seem labor intensive to feed individual sheets of paper through a printer, sheet-fed printing offers several attractive benefits.
This printing method can accommodate finishes and heavier card stocks or weights, which gives you more options.
Sheet-fed printing is best used for small and medium-sized print jobs. Business cards, letterhead , stationery, brochures , flyers, and business forms are usually made via sheet-fed printing. Paper can be printed on both sides simultaneously to maximize efficiency.
As a result, most sheet-fed machines can print anywhere between 4, to 18, pieces per hour. Fact: Las Vegas Color Graphics has eight sheet-fed printers. It prints 14, sheets an hour.
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