How many of you are you aware of the quality differences between dry toner and liquid toner? Most books with just text can get away with using a dry toner digital press, however, those of you who have halftones, images, photographs, and artwork, should be leery of using digital presses that are dry toner. Dry toner’s reproductions of these types of graphics can be quite upsetting. Liquid toner has fine particles which adhere to the surface and drastically enhance the quality of these images. If you are an author or an artist considering print on demand for some of your works of art, please consider using a digital press with liquid toner. If you have any questions or would like to talk about print-on-demand and what I can do for you here at Adair Printing, don’t hesitate to call me at 734-873-1026 or send me an email at sean@adairprinting.com
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Back to my question…..are you familiar with these differences and what types of digital printers do you usually work with…. Humanless printers or humans???