Monday, October 13, 2014
Do you know the answer to the question "What is the difference between 4/0 and 4/4"?
Please watch this short video which demonstrates the difference between 4/0 and 4/4 printing of a presentation folder.
If you prefer to read, well then here is the simplest way to explain 4/0 vs 4/4:
4/0 means printing one side of a sheet of paper in *4 color process.
4/4 means printing on both sides of a sheet of paper in *4 color process.
We hope this clears up what 4/0 and 4/4 means when it comes to printing.
*If you are unfamiliar with what 4 color process is, then check out our video on 4 color process, also known as CMYK by clicking HERE.