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A Printing technology which involves multi-layered digital printing on various surfaces, such as wood, metal and plastic. The Technology is used to create various patterns, or imitate materials (wood, concrete, rust, etc.) with the use of ecologically-friendly inks and water-based colors. The printing process is such that can control the amount of printed ink, for creating transparency which becomes visible with the use of light.



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