Digital printing

Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media.

Digital printing is significantly cheaper than normal printing and it does not depend on the size of the order. The initial price of normal printing is high owing to the film that needs to be prepared. However, the more pieces are printed, the lower the price. To this end, digital printing is often used for printing smaller batches and series, in which individual pieces are slightly different (e.g. different serial numbers).
Laser production printers with a resolution of up to 2400 x 2400 dpi are used for digital printing.

  • Smaller batches are printed with the state-of-the art digital printer XEROX, which is appropriate for printing business cards and smaller batches of up to 500 pieces.
  • Maximum printing format is SRA3, 45 x 32 cm. Maximum paper weight is 350 g.