Direct-to-garment machines are an advantageous addition to the UV and sublimation printing because they enable providing quality products and quality printing at the most competitive prices.
Direct-to garment machines are a great addition to the work wear marketplace because they enable the production of samples and fulfill high-volume demand production at the touch of a button and without inefficient set up costs.
Direct-to-garment machines are a great addition to screen printers because they enable the production of samples and fulfill low-volume orders at the touch of a button and without inefficient set up costs. But with this market continuing to grow, many screen printers are now investing in bigger, faster and more efficient DTG machines to meet increased demand – just like our Nexgen partner.
If anyone knows about the ideal textile production workflow, it’s the textile experts SMAKE. Integrated into this workflow is one of our Kornit systems, the StormII. We accompanied their CEO Mark Busche for a day to see this for ourselves, and have shared our experience as a case study.
Sere Seregrafia specialises in garment printing and embroidery to create customized creations that delight customers!
Inkthreadable, UK is a printing drop ship business with an edge – an edge on customer service and user experience. You name it, they will print and fulfill it – from tshirts, to hoodies, mugs,¬ phone cases and other products
Behind the scenes this is easier said than done.
Lian Chang, a Chinese company established 20 years ago produces garment fabrics and medical applications. Their production is focused on special and refined processes such as TPU waterproof membrane lamination and PUR lamination and they rely heavily on the latest technology and equipment. In 2007 they set up a production plant in Vietnam and a …customized readmore text
How Dimona adopted an innovative technology that delivered low cost per print for short runs while enabling diversity of design, color and fabric.
How BandUP found a solution for their mass customization and micro-run requirements
The Kornit`s Storm II resolves the challenge of how to easily handle small customer orders.