By blending these ingredients, we achieve digital printing which can be defined as the production process by which texts and images are printed directly onto paper (and other media) via a computer, software and electronic systems. Digital printing is the latest step in the evolution of printing (with the exception of fledgling 3D printing), and has turned this world upside-down. Thanks to drastic cuts in the time and cost of start-up and processing, this technology has taken a firm foothold in the market, especially since it can keep pace with demands by consumers for a few, but unique items.
When to choose digital printing:
- when you need to print a low-medium number of copies
- when you need to print variable data for each single item
- when you need to create samples
- when you need large-format prints on "special” media
Large-format digital printing
The printing world is vast and within digital printing there are also two macro-worlds: digital printing in small format and digital printing in large format. The first covers anything that is printed digitally in sizes up to A3. Large-format digital printing is anything larger than A3, but it is also much more. One of the special features of digital printing in large format is the wide variety of media on which you can print; providing endless ways of using these printed products with this technology. It allows you to go from "simple" posters to decals for cars, from labels for electrical household appliances to the printing of flags and banners. The world of communication can now no longer do without digital printing in large format.