Value-added Services - Textile Printing
A common scenario is using your wide-format printer to offer custom printed wraps, decals, or some sort of adhesive vinyl. But what if I told you that you can do much more with that piece of equipment?
In-house garment printing is growing in popularity among in-plants. We talked with three to learn how they do it and the benefits.
From engineering to teaching to managing an in-plant, Pradeep Mishra has accomplished a lot over the span of his 30-year, two-country career.
PRINTING United Expo will feature a dedicated area on the trade show floor for garment decorators. The Apparel Zone will offer hands-on education, a podcast corner, and a café and beer garden for networking.
STS Inks has launched the STS XPJ-1682D 64” Direct-to-Film Printer from Japan.
Digital textile printing is growing fast. In-plants with latex or dye-sublimation printers should take advantage of the growing direct-to-fabric opportunity.
Roland DGA has introduced new HeatSoft Premium heat transfer material to its family of high-quality media. This flexible, 3.5-mil matte polyurethane film with a waterbase coating is smooth, has a soft hand, and yields vibrant prints resembling screen-printed graphics.
Now may be an ideal time to introduce efficient, eco-friendly, digital direct-to-garment printing into your production environment. In his article, Robert Zoch lists five reasons why.
Ferris State University's in-plant recently installed a Melco EMT16X embroidery machine to tap into the growing demand for personalized T-shirts and garments.