The differences between digital and offset printing are quality, quantity, and printing costs. Offset printing has a different printing method, offering higher quality ink for both color and black and white interiors. It also offers speciality features, such as spot finishes, foils, or embossing, whereas digital printing doesn’t. Offset printing costs more to set up, but has a better per-book cost when you a print large volume (500 books or more). Need more information? Check out our resource, What Type of Printing Is Right for Me?