Digital Textile Printing

Digital textile printing is described as any ink jet based method of printing colorants onto fabric. Digital textile printing is often referred to when either printing smaller designs onto garments and printing larger designs onto large format rolls of textile.

The latter is a growing trend in visual communication, where advertisement and corporate branding is printed onto polyester media.

Types of digital textile printing can be divided into:

  • Direct Print
  • Discharge Print
  • Resist Print
  • Pigment Print
  • Reactive Print
  • Acid print
  • disperse print
  • Specialty Print

With the development of a dye-sublimation printer, it became possible to print with sublimation inks and disperse inks directly onto textile media, as opposed to printing dye-sublimation inks on a transfer paper and, in a separate process using a heat press, transferring it to the fabric.

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