Digital printing has many advantages over traditional methods. Some applications of note include:

Desktop publishing – inexpensive home and office printing is only possible because of digital processes that bypass the need for printing plates

Commercial – Business Stationery – Including business cards, letterheads

Variable data printing – uses database-driven print files for the mass personalization of printed materials

Fine art – archival digital printing methods include real photo paper exposure prints and giclée prints on watercolor paper using pigment based inks.

Print on Demand – digital printing is used for personalized printing for example, children’s books customized with a child’s name, photo books (such as wedding photo books), or any other books.

Advertising – often used for outdoor vinyl banners and event signage, in trade shows, in the retail sector at point of sale or point of purchase, and in personalized direct mail campaigns.

Photos – digital printing has revolutionized photo printing in terms of the ability to retouch and color correct a photograph before printing.

Architectural Design – new media that conforms to a variety of surfaces has enabled interior and exterior spaces to be transformed using digitally printed wall murals and floor graphics.

Sleeking – The process of adding foil, holographic effects or even glossy and dull finishes by way of digital ink adhesion.

This is done by digitally printing a rich black area where the user wants the sleeking to take place. The machine registers this and only adheres to this specific area.

Post time: Apr-27-2023