Value-added Services - Textile Printing
Both as a sellable commodity and as a teaching tool, the T-shirt has helped Arkansas State University Printing Services add stature to its reputation — and revenue to its bottom line.
At the Digital Textile Printing Conference 4.0, held in Durham, N.C., Dec. 11-12, representatives from print shops, brands, and manufacturers all came together to learn more about the current state of digital textile printing — and discuss where it is headed next.
Textile printing is changing to adopt new technologies. We examine the dynamics that digital innovations have on this segment, and explore innovations in design, digital print, and the cutting and sewing of textile-based products.
The Digital Textile Printing Conference 4.0, taking place on Dec. 11-12, 2019 in Durham, N.C., will cover an array of topics including the newest digital textile ink, and printing technologies, key market drivers and conditions, color management and workflow developments, design software, and digital manufacturing and integration.
Direct-to-garment printing is an excellent opportunity for in-plant printing operations to offer a wider array of products, and new equipment from OmniPrint International offers an excellent range of production-focused speeds and options. PRINTING United Booth 2210.
Michael George of Villanova University talks with In-plant Impressions about his in-plant's decision to purchase engraving equipment and start printing campus signage — including ADA-compliant signage.
The Roland DGA VersaSTUDIO BT-12 enables printing of full-color graphics directly on T-shirts, tote-bags, interior décor items, more.
Visitors to the 2018 SGIA Expo will see the advanced technologies that can create their future success from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. The company is showcasing eight new products for advanced signage and industrial textile production – innovations that expand one of the industry’s leading digital print portfolios