Digital Printing – Direct-to-Garment
The new HP press provides super wide dye sub production printing for soft signage, sportswear, fashion, interior décor textiles.
Spreadshirt purchased multiple Kornit Atlas systems, with plans to expand into polyester sports clothing.
Digital textile printing continues to expand in possibility and influence, and numerous companies have adopted the technology to access apparel, soft signage, and décor markets. Receive a broad view of the segment today from industry experts steeped in the technology, the vertical markets it supports and its many opportunities.
The Hinojosa Group expanded its single-pass digital printing capacity with the EFI Nozomi C18000.
OPM Europa BV’s robotics combined with Memjet’s VeraPass Technology developed the LabelSaver direct-to-object printer.
Digitally printed garments is one of the wide-format printing industry’s fastest growing markets.
Onyx Graphics’ ONYX software is certified for the HP Stitch textile printer line.
The LittleRed X1D Dryer, designed to match the output of DTG printing systems, is now available with a 30 in. wide conveyor belt.
Imaged Advertising Creations is the first company in Canada to install the 17-foot wide EFI VUTEk FabriVU 520 dye-sublimation printer.