Value-added Services - Textile Printing
Xante's latest launch, the F-24 direct-to-film press, prints 24" wide film to allow a variety of detailed designs to be ganged up for maximum efficiency and cost per print.
On Oct. 19 during PRINTING United Expo, folks interested in digital textile printing — direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric — gathered for the first-ever Apparelist Forum. The hour-and-a-half event featured lunch, education from Kornit, and a panel discussion on the opportunities and “whys” of digital printing.
With current challenges, new progress, and evolving education, navigating the realm of sustainability in the printing industry can be tough; here’s where printers must rise to the occasion.
This October, decorators attending PRINTING United Expo can experience an unparalleled lineup of educational sessions and show floor features tailored specifically for apparel decoration professionals.
Industry veteran takes the reins, poised to further elevate the Apparelist brand and strengthen community ties within the decorated apparel and printing sectors.
The PRINTING United Expo is just weeks away. We’re asking in-plant managers why they are attending the Expo, what they hope to learn, and what most excites them about the upcoming event.
With the addition of a second print head, the new TxF300-75 demonstrates an increase in productivity by 300% compared to the existing model.
Though venturing into direct-to-garment printing seems like an obvious way for in-plants to expand services, DTG comes with its share of ups and downs. For Shocker Printing at Wichita State University, the DTG journey has been bumpy.
Mimaki USA introduced two technologies in textile printing while at ITMA 2023: a Textile Pigment Transfer Printing System and the Neo-Chromato Process. Both processes enable more sustainable ways to print.
Epson announced the hybrid SureColor F2270 for both direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-film (DTFilm) printing.