MEG Digital Print compact HPL (High-pressure decorative laminates) is a self-supporting panel suitable for wall covering façade having digital printing integrated in the surface. This material allows architects to create their own décors with an improved colour saturation and brightness and opens as such new horizons of surface design. In order to obtain MEG HPL panels with a Digital Print, the client must supply a “ready-to-print” digital file, whilst also taking account of the distribution plan across a number of façade panels. A major asset of the MEG Digital Print façade panels is the surface coating that protects the underlying image from discolouration and fading as a result of being exposed to sunlight. Façades realized with MEG Digital Print compact HPL are fully resistant to large thermal shocks, sunlight radiation and weathering. MEG is suitable to create cladding vertical façade surfaces, fascia boards and horizontal overhangs, canopies, etc. MEG Digital Print compact HPL can be installed invisibly using a hook system or adhesive bonding to an aluminium or timber substructure or with visible screws or rivets. The standard dimensions for MEG Digital Print panels are 305 x 130 cm or 420 x 130 cm, available in thicknesses of 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 mm.