The increase in the variety of substrates that can be printed on digital presses is helping to drive digital print demand; depending on the system, the device can now print on synthetic media, envelopes, and Foils, as examples, along with various papers and card/board stocks. Are you fully aware of the wide range of media you can use on your photocopier, laser or inkjet printer? How about your latex, solvent or xerographic printers? We are not just talking about the general papers you use everyday. There are a lot of specialty materials available to help you get as much out of these extraordinary devices as possible.
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