Digital Printing – Direct-to-Garment
You’ll hear Alan Spaeth, co-founder of R&S Marching Arts, describe how his business unexpectedly changed because of COVID-19.
Apliiq is implementing additional Kornit Storm systems for digital direct-to-garment (DTG) production on demand.
Global online fashion retailer ASOS and its supplier Fashion-Enter are implementing Kornit Presto to explore on-demand manufacturing.
ISW will launch a new line of digital transfer printers, powered by OKI Technology, to the Americas market.
Sasson Kedem brought a collection inspired by the body’s natural choreography to Kornit Fashion Week Tel-Aviv 2021.
Los Angeles-based Awkward Styles increased its production capacity with the installation of a Kornit Atlas system.
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.
Kornit Digital announced the release of its new MAX technology for on-demand fashion and apparel production.