Driving the reinvention of printed textile production requires in-depth knowledge of the process
Over the years, digital textile printing seems to have gotten much simpler; and it’s a tribute to the research and development teams, who have now perfected textile printing on an industrial scale by developing physical manufacturing technology alongside digital innovation. But every unique combination of design, substrate, ink type, printing process, and post-finishing has a cumulative impact on the final printed output. This article, compliments of Debbie McKeegan, textile expert and contributor to What TheyThink, explains.
By Debbie McKeegan
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About Debbie McKeegan
Debbie McKeegan is the CEO of TexIntel. As a renowned multidisciplinary creative digital printing pioneer, she has over 25 years of experience in the textile manufacturing industry. Award-winning textile designer and lifelong manufacturer of printed products for fashion and home decor, she has a unique vision that combines creativity with in-depth knowledge of the traditional manufacturing process and the essential application of disruptive digital technologies.
TexIntel is an expert resource that provides independent, authoritative, real-time advice to some of the most innovative creative and emerging companies in the interior design, fashion, manufacturing, digital printing and retail industries. textile technology. https://www.texintel.com