Digital printing is a printing technique in which the image is printed directly onto the printing surface using digital printing technology, rather than being transferred from a printing plate as in offset printing. Digital printing is often used for printing small quantities of materials, as it is more flexible and efficient than offset printing.
There are several different types of digital printing technologies, including inkjet printing, laser printing, and electrophotographic printing. Inkjet printing uses small jets of ink to transfer the image onto the printing surface, while laser printing uses a laser beam to transfer the image onto a drum or belt before it is transferred onto the printing surface. Electrophotographic printing, also known as photocopying, uses electrostatic charges to transfer the image onto the printing surface.
Digital printing is often used for printing documents, photos, and other materials that require high quality, vibrant colors. It is also often used for printing personalized materials, such as marketing materials, business cards, and invitations.