One impression is a printed sheet that runs once through a printing unit. For printing a single colour (black and white), one impression is sufficient to complete the image. For multicolor printing, however, two or more impressions are required, one for each colour.
With our lithography presses, we use CMYK inks, so 4 prints (Cyan, magenta, yellow and black) are required to create your design.
Hi, I'm Angela from Savignano sul Panaro - Modena - Italy, the Xerox Versalink C7030 printer has just been installed; to check the number of copies I have printed up to now I went on the display to: 'Billing/Usage' and then to: 'Usage counters'; I was wondering what is the difference between: "copied impressions" and "printed impressions"; the number of impressions printed seems to me to correspond to those I actually printed but the number of copied impressions I don't know what to attribute it to. Thanks ☀️ Angela