The Nuances of Digital Textile Printing

The Nuances of Digital Textile Printing

Printing on fabrics is no longer a new concept, but there are still areas of confusion. It’s been a growing market trend for at least six years now in North America, but in the last two years, especially, interest has reached an all-time high.   Read More >>

Break Down Dye Sub

Breaking Down Dye Sub

Dye sublimation is the next big surge in the digital textile printing industry. Quick to take off in Europe, dye sub is becoming the choice technique for end users because of the efficiencies in fabric shipping and handling, as well as the rich, high quality results. Fabric is beautiful, but printing on it can be challenging.

Mike Syverson, our Director of Special Projects, wrote this five-part series for Sign and Digital Graphics magazine . Mike covers everything you need to know about this fast-growing, lucrative…   Read More >>

Variable dot

Variable Dot vs. Fixed Dot

Already, the industry has seen significant advances in quality from new printing technologies that use variable-drop technology. Early adopters of these devices no longer distinguish between “inkjet” or “photo quality” prints as the variable-dot technology produces comparable results.   Read More >>

Greyscale and beyond

Greyscale And Beyond

Combining superior print quality with unprecedented speed is the driving force behind high performance industrial inkjet imaging. Until recently, systems developers had to trade off image quality for production speed. Now, Dimatix printheads, in particular the Dimatix Q-Class with VersaDrop jetting technology, delivers high accuracy, variable-drop jetting without affecting printer productivity.   Read More >>