Digital print shops around the world are seeing the value in printing movies online, but what happens when you want to display a print in a shop window?
Well, you can, thanks to an efio-printing service that uses the Efium Efini technology.
The efium-based digital printing platform offers customers a wide variety of prints to choose from, which can then be delivered to the retailer.
This is accomplished through an online interface, which allows the customer to choose the material they want to print and how to do it.
The platform uses a high-performance printing technique to print on both sides of the frame, making it possible to print movies on both the left and right sides of a window.
This technology is a big plus for customers, who can now print out a digital image in their local shop window and display it in a large format on their display.
This digital print is then displayed in a display at the shop window.
The store can then choose to either display the print in its store window or on the display.
Efius is also able to offer a digital edition of the print.
“This new efius-based technology gives consumers more control over how they print their digital prints, which is important to the industry because it allows them to print at their leisure,” Efios Director of Marketing and Marketing Communications, Dr Michael Pecora, said.
The digital print service has been available since August 2016 and is currently available for both desktop and mobile devices.
This service also allows users to make payments online, which means it can be used for the purchase of goods and services online, as well as for online purchases and subscriptions.
The service is currently priced at $2.49 per page and can be purchased through efia.com and at a small number of other locations.
It is also available to buy through the online store.
The technology is also being used by retailers in Australia and other countries around the globe, and is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.