Reprographics has taken new leaps since the introduction of digital printing. While other areas of printing may be rising steadily or holding firm in this new age, reprographics seems to be enjoying a new wave of interest in a wide variety of fields.
What are Reprographics?
A combination of “reproduction” and “graphics”, reprographics are reproductions using photography or xerography. Most people see reprographics in catalogs and archives, but it is also heavily used in the architectural, construction and engineering fields. Today, large format printing has advanced far enough along to include this particular reproduction effort in its field. The future of this technology has raised serious speculations which very well may change how so many fields are currently operating. Read More
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