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Services / Publishing and printing / Digital printing

Digital printing is an electrophotographic printing process, which does not use plates or matrices. Instead, print images are created directly in the printing machine from digital data. A laser beam irradiates an electrostatically charged cylinder, creating a concealed image which is developed using powder applied to the surface and thermally fixed.

The basic advantages of digital printing are that it allows:

  • Printing from a graphic file upon request
  • Small numbers of copies (from 1 copy) to be printed
  • Short lead times (a few hours)
  • Printing of personalised materials (letters of offer, catalogues, offers, price lists)
  • The use of various materials (paper, film, self-adhesive paper, transparency film)
  • Reduction of printing costs for medium and small numbers of copies
  • Reduced time for the production process (omission of the irradiation stage)
  • The possibility of printing in batches, so precluding the need to store large numbers of copies
  • Data in subsequent batches to be quickly updated
  • Prompt preparation of materials for printing.

mLingua provides digital print services with a maximum printed format of 315 x 445 mm using the latest technologies. We frequently digitally print materials we have translated for our clients, such as:

  • Prospectuses
  • Information leaflets
  • Books
  • Posters
  • Training materials
  • Product manuals
  • Company newsletters.

More information can be provided by mLingua project managers, who are available at