Litho print is the more traditional printing method when compared to digital printing, and dates back to 1796 in one form or another. Printing plates are made using a traditional photographic process, or a more modern CTP (Computer-to-Plate) system, and these plates are then used to apply each of the four colours to a rubber roller, which then apply the image to the paper with liquid ink rather than toner. Litho print is renowned to be much more cost effective when printing large amounts of products such as flyers and posters. Once you go above a certain threshold it becomes cheaper than digital.
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