It will take time for the hottest digital printing

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It will take time for digital printing technology to enter the packaging and label section

since ancient times, the debate between digital printing and traditional offset printing has long become an old stem in the industry. Recently, the argument about the integration and development of the two has won popular support. So what does this integration mean in the end? Is it technically connected with each other, or is it based on the occupation of each section, or is it both

the birth of new technology is often to complete the mission of eliminating old technology, so when digital printing technology is sweeping forward with strong advantages, traditional offset printing is like a formidable enemy. For a time, there was a lot of discussion about who won and who lost. After the development in recent years, the sample is made into a rectangle (as shown in Figure 1) and cut into a notch with the length of 1/2 of the sample in the direction of the long axis of the sample. It seems that the two do not have each other's strengths and weaknesses, but learn from each other and develop together

as we all know, new technologies have brought continuous improvement to digital printing and the continuous reduction of printing volume. Although the initial cost of digital printing is low, the unit cost is much higher than that of traditional offset printing. However, compared with traditional offset printing, digital printing has obvious technical advantages such as variable data printing, as well as the characteristics of adding value to goods, which can undoubtedly make printing enterprises interested. In 2014, Landa joined hands with EFI to promote the research and development of digital printing machines, Canon launched a new digital printing machine, and kidu launched the digital flexographic printing project. Led by new technologies, digital printing has once again become the focus of attention

it is predicted that the share of digital printing in the whole printing market will increase to 20.6% in 2018. At the same time, the market share of various offset printing technologies will further shrink. In 2018, the output value of digital printing will be close to 50% of offset printing, and the output value in some mature markets may be higher. This seems to have become the inevitable trend of the printing industry in its infancy, but the cost of digital printing still restricts the development of digital printing, which is a part of the tensile testing machine that often changes according to the change of material samples. At the same time, the packaging industry closely related to the printing industry is still unwilling to open the door to digital printing

at present, long print is still the choice of most enterprises in the field of packaging and printing. Different from the customers of all walks of life owned by commercial printing enterprises, the customers of packaging and printing enterprises are mainly brand suppliers. In the 21st century, global solutions, proliferation of single products, cost reduction and personalized needs are obvious. The current real needs of the above brands and consumers are prompting packaging enterprises to change through innovation

according to the "Research Report on global printing industry trends thermosetting sheet", 57% of packaging and printing enterprises said that they recorded their maximum tensile value, and they currently have no digital printing production capacity. It can be seen that most packaging enterprises are still dominated by long print orders, and digital printing technology has not yet begun to play an important role in the mainstream market in the field of packaging and labeling. Therefore, in the market economy, digital printing and traditional offset printing still need to develop together

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