I have some experience with offset printing. I always have to take into account the color registration issue when preparing a file for print. Now I have to prepare for digital printing. Is it true that for digital printing I don't have to worry about color registration because it comes out from the machine in one pass?
Example: in offset I have to overprint small black text on top of an image, if it was a knockout the colors could fall out of register and there could be colorful fringing or paperwhite silhouette around the text. Does this apply to digital printing or not?
One more question: in digital printing - does the job actually print in one pass, or are there also machines that print in separate passes like in offset?