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Digital Printing: The New Stamping

You already know what Silk Screen is and how it works. But the demand for new t-shirt personalization technologies and high-quality digital images has given rise to a new technique: Silk Digital.

In this article, we will teach you all about this technology and its advantages.

What is Digital Textile Printing?

State of the art machinery allows ink to be printed directly onto the shirt, whether on light or dark-coloured backgrounds. After printing, the T-shirt goes through a large high-temperature tunnel to fix the print and optimize the touch.

Digital silk printing uses special water-based inks, which is absorbed by the fibres of the shirt, resulting in beautiful, colourful and high-quality prints.

What Are The Advantages Of Digital Textile Printing?

Unlike conventional Silk Screen, there is no need to check screens, so you can customize a single t-shirt in minutes. This new printing method gives you greater freedom in creating prints, making room for you to create t-shirts using images or photographs, rich in detail.

By enabling the printing of prints with no minimum quantity, Digital Textile Prints contributes a great deal to a new mode of printing on-demand printing, boosting the profit of t-shirt e-commerce.

What Is The Process Like?

The digital silk process is much like a regular paper printer. The paint is applied directly to the fabric and then fixed through high temperatures.

Digital t shirt printing new York has broken the colour limit barrier and allows you to print images that use more than 16 million colours. All this directly on the shirt, whether white, black or coloured.

For best results when printing digital prints, the artwork should be in high resolution (300 dpi’s), saved in transparent background PNG.

The shirt is placed in the cradle of the machine, a powerful fastener is applied to the fabric and printing is started. The larger the pattern and the darker the fabric, the higher the ink expense and consequently the higher the cost.

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