Printing fabric is not the final products, but usually part of something else. So make a habit of picturing the textile print as part of the finished product, especially concerning the scale of the print, overall color feel and end usage of your digitally printed fabric before sending us your files.
Digital Fabric Printing Process
Designs can be created digitally with almost any graphic design software and exported as Tiff files. The quality of the file is an integral component of the digital fabric printing process. You can create a textile design that is custom engineered to fit your products' cut and sewn pieces. In either case, please review all details of your project with your design coordinator so that your files are set up to coordinate with our fabric printing process to achieve your intended result.
Traditional Print Process
Traditional textile print development revolves around 2 types of printed patterns, the repeated pattern and the engineered panel piece. The repeated pattern is typically created for rotary screen-printing and often done in high volumes of 10,000 yards, or more for production. The engineered panel piece is typically created for plate screen-printing and often in quantity of 5000---10,000 yards.
Digital Fabric Printing Technology
Digital printing process is similar to the computer controlled paper printers used for office applications but on a complicated scale where numerous variables are managed to give you the best possible outcome on fabric. Some of the variables needed for coordination of successful digital fabric printing are files and color management, printer and RIP technology, fabric pre and post treatment processes, inks/dyes, and client expectations. It could retain original designs’ colorful, bright and vivid natural colors, breaking though the traditional printing of limitations and constraints.
As a fabric digital printing company is more environmentally friendly than other traditional screen-printing methods because you are printing the exact amount of ink/dyes needed to print directly on the fabric through the direction of RIP/printer settings. There is minimal to no waste cleanup, which means every drop is printed on demand from the exact amount of yardage and coverage needed. In addition, we also have the ink examining report.
Please provide with your own unique designs. If you're not artistically inclined, you can always work with a designer to make the perfect textile design ready for printing.
So please inquire with your design coordinator about purchasing original artwork or custom creating