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Many readers ask about how they can get started making digitally printed textiles. The answer of course depends on a number of factors including the type of fabric, ink requirements, printing widths and post-treatment requirements (read here for more details). Continue reading Digital Textile Printing System: Entry Level
Current Technology Digital textile print production would not be possible without improvements in inkjet printhead technology. Beginning in the 1990’s with the Epson DX-4 incorporated into the Mimaki TX-2 printer, printhead manufacturers continue to advance the technology both in terms Continue reading Printheads for Digital Textile Printing
Introduction Digital textile printing began its journey in the early 1990s and in the early stages its viability and chances of success were doubted by many. The reason being the demands of the textile applications are extreme. Some challenges posed Continue reading Digital Textile Printing – Creative & Commercial Opportunities
The allure of digital design for textile designers is creative freedom allowing virtually limitless color choice and continuous pattern options without repeat limitations dictated by traditional print screens. Designers can work with photographs and images in addition to complex patterned Continue reading Digital Textiles in Apparel and Home Fashion: Niche Demand or the Next Manufacturing Revolution?
Direct To Fabric (DTF) Printing versus Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing In digital printing as well as conventional textile printing you either print before or after the fabric is cut and sewn into a garment. In DTF, the printing is performed directly Continue reading Direct To Fabric (DTF) Printing versus Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing
Industry researchers estimate that textile printing represents upwards of 30 billion yards of material volume on an annual basis worldwide. While digital printing currently amounts to about 2% share of this volume, digital printing continues to expand with the movement Continue reading Ten Reasons for Using Digital Textile Printing Technology