The company that owns printing presses and other digital equipment is turning to digital print, printing equipment, in an attempt to compete with traditional, print-on-demand printing companies.
In the past few years, many digital printing companies have launched to offer their products online.
However, the startup Digital Lenticular Printing is one of the few that has gone with a print-to-order approach, using printers to make their prints.
The startup, which has offices in San Diego and Austin, Texas, will begin using its printers to print out digital goods on Sunday.
Digital Lenticular, which recently closed a $1.5 million round, says it plans to print digital goods at its San Diego headquarters, where it currently employs about 25 people.
The company is also experimenting with print-only versions of its products, such as printed books.
Digital lenticular printers are smaller and lighter than traditional print-out machines.
The printers are powered by an inkjet cartridge that can print at a rate of 50 pages per minute.
The cartridges are also smaller and cheaper to produce.
Digital’s printers are the size of a small refrigerator and are priced between $3,500 and $4,500.
They are available in the San Diego area.
The San Francisco startup also offers a printable version of its printers for $1,000 to $1 and a print kit for $3.
The company has been printing books for about a year.
The latest version, the Digital Lentilic, costs $3 to $4 per page.
The printable, printable kit is also for printing books, but the company says the kit will allow customers to print a digital version of a book, with an additional print.
Digital said its new printing technology will allow it to reduce the amount of ink it uses and print digital content faster.
It also said it will increase the speed of the printing process and increase the number of ink cartridges that it can use.