Significant gains are being made by digital printing in the overall textile printing market. And though traditional dye-sublimation still has the lion’s share in this market, strides are being made with direct-to-textile printers. One area often overlooked is coatings and their impact on printing with textiles.
Choosing the right cutting & routing equipment — and the right automation tools — can make a huge difference in your shop’s efficiency.
Industry experts say PSPs choose solvent printing because they accomplish high-quality, color reproducibility with low total cost.
UV printers have come a long way from the days when they were strictly flatbed printers using very rigid inks.
The digital textile printing market is growing fast with many options available to consider.
At one time, the only consideration when looking at digital printing with water-based inks was whether it was dye- or pigment-based. Fast forward to today and the choices are much broader and diverse. When deciding what printer or ink technology, remember it’s all about application, application, application.
Signage is designed to capture the attention of the passerby, and what better way to do that than with a 3D image.
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Variables are the enemy of consistent, predictable and repeatable color.