Value-added Services - Textile Printing
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
AnaJet, a Ricoh company, unveiled its latest direct-to-garment printer at the 2018 SGIA Expo, the Ricoh Ri 1000. It's able to print full color graphics at 1,200x1,200 dpi on garments of various sizes, colors and materials.
Here's a snapshot of some of the latest direct-to-garment, textile and flatbed printers and cutters on the market, to whet your appetite for the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas.
Garment printing has never been more relevant than for in-plants in the academic sphere. For some school districts and universities, it’s an untapped market that is helping in-plants increase revenue streams, retain customers and prove that their value resides in more than just ink on paper.