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As Digital Printing continues to explode, some technology advocates have started to wonder if screen printing still has a viable place in the printing business.
A much newer method (about 5-6 years old), Direct to Garment (DTG) digital printing uses a inkjet printer that’s been specifically designed for use with textiles. The ink is specially formulated to react with textiles as well.
The U.K. printing industry has been going through a significant transformation and much of it has to do with new and far more specific expectations from customers. This dynamic drives paper sourcing, skill availability, design requirements, and workload management. Additionally, customers are becoming far more socially and environmentally conscious. This too is becoming a factor in what services customers choose and which vendors they favor.
Digital printing is a new technology that is becoming more popular. Many businesses have bloomed with the use of this innovation. Digital printing involves using the printer head to transfer ink directly onto the fabric or apparel. It actually works just like the paper printers usually found in homes and offices. The only difference is that it applies ink onto the garment.