Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Printing is everywhere. From custom t-shirts to sports apparel, and even high-end fashion, DTG printing has become a popular printing method for producing high-quality, full-color prints directly onto garments.
The fashion industry is a constantly evolving landscape, with new technologies and trends emerging all the time. One technology that has been recently widely used in the industry is digital textile printing.
Nowadays, textile printers seem to be surrounded by many myths and stories. Especially digital textile printers have gained immense popularity in the textile industry with their distinct characteristics.
In recent years, the express delivery industry has undergone a significant revolution, which was spearheaded by the introduction of smart shipping labels. These labels are printed using thermal transfer or direct-thermal printing methods and offer significant advantages over traditional handwritten shipping labels.
This blog explains step-by-step process involved in using inkjet direct-to-fabric printing machine. The process consists of four main steps: pre-treatment, design preparation, inkjet printing, and post-treatment.
Textile printing is the process of applying designs or patterns to fabrics by transferring a printing design onto a fabric using various methods such as digital printing, direct printing, transfer printing of polyester fabric, discharge printing, resist printing, special printing, and others.