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Textile fabric printing turns digital

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Mar '10
Through specialized or modified inkjet technology, digital textile printing is done on fabrics by using an inkjet printer and using fabric sheets with a removable paper backing.

A transport mechanism for the fabric and special textile inks are applied to textiles directly and are absorbed by the fibers.

Digital textile printing is an excellent reflection of original artworks with a right blend of classic and elegant view.

Also known as direct to garment printing, the process prints designs on fabrics from the computer without any other sources like designing on paper and printing.

It enables for changes in color and design easily, and quickly prior to printing. This technology offers faster production technology, cost effective print runs.

This process consumes less water and dyes, thereby proving to be environmentally friendly. Family photos too can be used for digital printing on the fabric of one's own choice.

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Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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