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Textile printing in India making a mark
Printing is a low-cost process but very important from design perspective. With a focus on reducing turnaround time, textile makers are relying on digital technologies to make an impression, says Rakesh Rao.
Kornit launches 3D MAX Technology for digital printing
The new MAX Technology includes 3D print capabilities for endless graphic decorations in a single, waste-free process. Kornit also announced two other products named Kornit Atlas MAX and ActiveLoad Automation technology.
Digital is the way ahead
The digital textile printing market is estimated to be worth $8.8 billion by 2027.
Orange O Tec: Expanding footprints across India
Industries in Surat, Mumbai, Ludhiana, Delhi and Tirupur are experiencing tremendous growth as the technology has shown great potential for enhancing the quality as well as in keeping pace with the demands of textile printing.
Global Graphics, Inèdit collaborate on digital textile
Global Graphics Software, developers of core technology for digital printing, is collaborating with Inèdit, the authors of neoStampa, the most popular RIP software for textile digital printing, to create an enhanced PDF engine for textile workflows.
TMAS members to support digital textile transformations
The Swedish textile machinery association – have adopted a range of new strategies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, aimed at assisting manufacturers of textiles and apparel to adjust to a new normal, as Europe and other regions emerge cautiously from lockdown.
Modern printing methods with ColorJet’s Vastrajet
Hand block printing is a centuries-old art form popular in India, China, and many other East Asian countries and is done so, by which carved wooden blocks covered with dye are repeatedly pressed along a length of fabric to create patterns.
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