Value-added Services - Textile Printing
Digital textile printing is reshaping the fast fashion industry, giving brands greater flexibility in the products, patterns, and even fabrics that can be offered, alongside offering a much more sustainable product that is needed in a more environmentally-conscious world.
Heat printing is fast, flexible, easy to learn, and less expensive than other garment decorating techniques.
This webinar will deliver plenty of information about how to make money with DTG and include a demo of how to print custom face masks.
Disenfectex printable fabrics enhanced by HeiQ V-block have been specially engineered to work against enveloped viruses, such as influenza viruses and human coronaviruses.
Printing soft signage, pole signs, exhibit displays and other applications onto textile materials may be within your in-plant’s capabilities and offer a new business opportunity to explore.
The team at Printing Services at the University of West Alabama is always looking for new revenue streams. It found what it was looking for in a tabletop printer for making plaques, trophies, and window decals.
Anajet will officially merge with its parent company, Ricoh Printing Systems America. All of Anajet’s current support teams, services, and products will remain the same.
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.