Consumables-Ink – Dye Sublimation
MUTOH America has announced the release of the new XpertJet 1642WR Pro dye-sublimation printer.
Sun Chemical will present its full portfolio of digital textile inks at the upcoming Innovate 2021 Textile Innovation Week.
Nur Ink Innovations contracted with a digital printer manufacturer for technological development of water-based pigment ink.
Founded in 2000, Ninestar has engineered premium ink solutions with a range of features for use in large-format printers.
Durst launched the P5 TEX iSUB. The abbreviation iSUB stands for “inline sublimation,” which eliminates individual work steps.
The term “fast fashion” didn’t always have the best connotations, but digital textile printing is changing that narrative.
NUtec reports an expanding water-based dye sublimation ink range with the latest addition of fluorescent options.
Breaking down the types of inks and what they’re used for helps match the application to the best print technology.