26 November 2019

[The Note] How to choose a textile printing partner that suits your company

14 November 2019

[The Note] Single-pass versus multi-pass scanning textile printing: what is the difference?

7 November 2019

[The Note] Textile printing inks: what types are there and how can they improve the quality of your designs?

Textile printers are always looking for ways to improve the quality of their designs and fabrics. An important element of design quality is the type of ink that is used for printing. The last years, there has been a high demand for high-quality inks that are easy to print with and are also less damaging to the environment. How do you find the type of ink that best fits your production process when there are so many different types of ink out there? In this blog, I explain the different types of ink to you and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each type to make your choice an easier one.

4 November 2019

[The Note] Digital fabric printing costs: the investment versus the earnings

Considering to make the transition to digital textile printing? The extensive investment of digital textile printing is one of the main reasons printers can be hesitant in making the transition. But how much does digital textile printing truly cost? And – more importantly – what are the benefits? In this article, we discuss both the costs as well as the earnings of digital textile printing.

31 October 2019

[The Note] Reducing print head damage in digital textile printing with Archer® technology

Most print heads used in the textile industry are derived from the print heads that are created for and used in the graphic printing market. These type of print heads are perfectly suitable for printing on flat and even materials but are not ideal for the typical three dimensional structure of textile fabric. Nonetheless, this type of print head is widely used in the textile industry. This causes quite often problems such as print head damage, high repairing costs, a lower printing quality which required a suitable solution. The Archer technology of SPGPrints proved to be that solution, offering printers a greater jetting distance while maintaining a high precision level.

24 October 2019

[The Note] Digital textile printing fabrics: what materials are suitable for digital printing?

Digital textile printing is the latest innovation within the textile printing industry. An increased number of printers are making the transition to digital printing and benefit from the competitive advantage that it offers them, the fast production rate and the possibility to print complex designs and fine patterns. Before deciding if digital textile printing could be of interest to your printing company, it is essential to know what are the possibilities of digital printing regarding the materials that can be digitally printed on.

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17 October 2019

[The Note] Digital textile design: what are the new opportunities for designers?

The rise of digital textile printing does not only bring large advantages for production only. The digital printing technology also breaks some major boundaries that conventional printing used to put on designers. As a designer, digital printing helps you to expand your creativity and offers you the opportunity to better respond to the wishes of the market. In this blog, I explain exactly what the advantages of digital textile design are and how you as a designer could benefit from them.

10 October 2019

[The Note] Finding the right combination of digital and conventional textile printing machines in your production line

Digital textile printing offers printing companies various advantages, like shorter delivery times, increased design quality and expanded production capacity. For that reason, the number of printing companies that are adding a digital textile printer to their production line increased drastically.

17 September 2019

[The Note] 5 Requirements for making a transition to digital textile printing

More and more textile printers are making the transition to digital textile printing. A report of the World Textile Information Network (WTIN) showed that the digital textile printing industry is projected to grow 20% by volume through the period of 2017 until 2021.

Is your company thinking about making the transition too, but do you wonder if you're truly ready for it? In this blog, I’ve listed five important requirements that printing companies have to meet before they can benefit from adding a digital textile printer to their line of production.

16 September 2019

[The Note] Large format fabric printing: how to choose the most suitable textile printer

In the home furnishing industry, there has always been a demand for wide textiles, up to 3.2 or even 3.4 meters. For the fashion market, fabrics of 1.50 meters were most commonly used in the past. However, nowadays more and more printers are producing fashion fabrics with a width of up to 1.85 meters. This is a logical result of the population getting taller. But how can you print large format fabrics efficiently as a printer? In this blog, I explain what widths of fabric are actually considered “large format” and how you can choose the right printer for your large format production.

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