Consumables-Media – Fabric & Textiles
Fisher Textiles added five new apparel fabrics to its Digital Apparel lineup for dye sublimation printing.
Robert Manning used to be a manufacturer in Sunset Park, and he’d like to be one again.
Silicone Edge Graphic (SEG) signs are a red-hot growth sector in the sign industry for several reasons. First, they look great aesthetically, with a thin, clean look. Also, once the SEG frame is installed, the textile faces can be replaced quickly and easily without a highly skilled installer.
Snowflake Designs brought in dye-sublimation equipment to easily and quickly create customized apparel. LaDonna invested in the Roland VersaCAMM VS-300i 30" printer/cutter and a GS-24 cutter, then added the Roland XT-640 64" high volume dye-sublimation printer.
The athletic wear trend has been growing at a steady rate, with companies like Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour seeing huge profits, and “athleisure” blurring the lines between activewear and casual style. Wednesday morning, “Working with Performance Graphics,” screen-printing guru Charlie Taublieb of Taublieb Consulting discussed which inks and processes yield the best results on…
Over the past few years, digital textiles have been growing. Better print technologies, more diverse substrates, and greater awareness are all contributing to the growth of the category. But that said, it has still only scratched the surface. The true explosion of growth and opportunity is just starting to arrive.
During PRINTING United, Ron Gilboa of Keypoint Intelligence gathered a group of experts to discuss digital textile printing.