Digital Printing On Fabric

Bring your fashion designs to life with our custom textile printing services. Create unique clothing & accessory products with digital fabric printing.

Digital Textile Printing

Digital textile printing is a modern printing technology that allows high-quality designs to be printed directly onto fabric using specialized inkjet printers. This process enables a wide range of colors, textures, and patterns to be printed with precision and accuracy, resulting in vivid and vibrant designs.

With digital textile printing, designers and manufacturers can create unique and personalized products that stand out from the competition. This technology is widely used in the fashion industry for creating custom clothing, accessories, and home decor products. It is also used in the production of banners, flags, and signage.

One of the key advantages of digital textile printing is its versatility and flexibility. It can accommodate a wide range of fabrics, including natural and synthetic fibers, and can be used for both small and large-scale productions. Moreover, it is an eco-friendly printing option, as it uses less water and energy compared to traditional printing methods.

Digital Textile Printing Techniques

Digital Textile Printing Techniques use digital technology to print designs, patterns, or images directly onto fabrics. This modern printing technology has revolutionized the textile industry, allowing for the creation of highly detailed, colorful, and intricate designs that were previously impossible to achieve with traditional printing methods. Choose the right technique to enhance your brand’s overall impression and customer affinity, with options ranging from practical and straightforward designs to premium customization.

DTG printing, full sublimation printing, and heat transfer printing are widely used digital printing technologies in fabric printing. BBK Star supports all three mainstream printing technologies, providing our customers with a wide range of options to meet their fabric printing needs.

Direct To Garment Printer Demonstration

Direct To Garment Printing

Direct To Garment Printing (DTG Printing) is a digital printing process that uses specialized inkjet technology to print designs directly onto the garment’s fabric. With DTG printing, you can achieve highly detailed and colorful designs with a soft feel. It’s ideal for printing smaller quantities and on-demand orders, and it’s perfect for designs that require high levels of detail and multiple colors.

Fabric Heat Transfer Printing Demonstration

Heat Transfer Printing

Heat transfer printing is a process that involves printing a design onto transfer paper, which is then transferred onto the garment’s fabric using heat and pressure. This technique is great for producing vibrant, full-color designs on a variety of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, and blends. Heat transfer printing is also ideal for small batch orders and individual customization, and it’s a cost-effective option for printing multiple colors.

Full Sublimation Printing Demonstration

Full Sublimation Printing

Full sublimation printing is a process that uses heat to transfer dye onto the garment’s fabric, resulting in a permanent, vibrant design. This technique is ideal for producing all-over designs that cover the entire garment, and it’s perfect for sportswear and activewear. Full sublimation printing is also ideal for producing highly detailed designs with a high level of color saturation. However, it’s important to note that this technique is only suitable for white or light-colored fabrics made of polyester or polyester blends.

Full Printing And Partial Printing

Full printing and partial printing are two common printing methods in textile printing. Full printing refers to printing patterns or colors over the entire printing area, also known as all-over printing. Partial printing, on the other hand, refers to printing patterns or colors only on a specific area of the fabric.

Both full printing and partial printing have a wide range of applications in textile printing. Full printing can give textiles a unique appearance and texture, and increase product value and brand image. Partial printing can highlight the characteristics and brand logos of products, and thus improve product value. The choice between full printing and partial printing depends on factors such as the type of textile, design requirements, and printing costs.

Full and partial printing in digital textile printing offers greater design flexibility and customization than traditional printing methods. These methods allow for intricate and detailed designs that were previously impossible. Full printing is especially useful for all-over prints, while partial printing allows for more targeted designs. Additionally, digital printing is more cost-effective for full or partial printing in small-batch production because it eliminates the need for expensive printing plates and silk screening. Furthermore, compared to traditional printing methods, full and partial digital printing offers a wider range of color choices and better color accuracy, making it easier for designers to achieve the look and feel they desire.

More Applications of Digital Printing

Digital printing on fabric is widely used in the field of clothing printing, including various clothing products such as T-shirts, shirts, dresses, and hoodies. This technology allows for colorful, high-definition, and personalized printing effects, meeting consumers’ demands for fashion and personalization. In addition to primary clothing pattern printing, we will provide some examples of other application scenarios.

Digital Printing on T-Shirts: Physical Demonstration

Print Photos On Shirts

Print photos on shirts using digital printing technology to personalize clothing with high-quality images. This technique is perfect for creating custom t-shirts, sweatshirts, and other apparel for special events, family photos, or branded merchandise. With endless possibilities for customization, it’s the perfect choice for individuals, businesses, and organizations looking to make a statement and stand out.

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Physical Demonstration of Digitally Printed Clothing Decals Attached to T-Shirts

Printing Clothing Decals Stickers

We offer a range of custom options for your brand’s clothing series with our digitally printed clothing decal stickers. These decal stickers are made with high-quality materials and use heat transfer technology, allowing you to easily customize designs on blank clothing. By simply using an iron to transfer the decal onto the garment, you can create personalized clothing that is unique to your customers. This is a great way to supplement your brand’s clothing series and provide additional customization options.

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Display of Digitally Printed Labels and Hang Tags

Printing Labels and Tags

Digital printing technology provides efficient and cost-effective ways to produce custom clothing labels and tags, which are essential in providing important information to customers and enhancing brand recognition. This technology enables high-quality, precise, and innovative products while reducing costs and minimizing waste, adding uniqueness and recognition to your brand and products, and enhancing your competitiveness in the market.

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If you’re looking for a digital printing clothing manufacturer or supplier for the first time, it’s completely normal to have questions. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Keep reading to learn more.

Screen printing and digital printing are two popular methods used in the printing industry. Here are the key differences between the two:

Screen printing involves creating a template (known as Silk screen printing) and using that screen to apply ink onto the printing surface, for example, apparel or promotional products. Each color is applied using a different screen, one at a time, and they are combined to achieve the final look. The more colors in the design, the more screens are needed, and consequently, the longer the set-up time. The ink used in silk screen printing is thicker than that used in digital printing, resulting in brighter colors, even on dark shirts. It excels in producing vibrant and opaque colors.

Digital printing, or Direct to Garment (DTG), is a newer process that involves your artwork being processed by a computer and then directly printed onto the product’s surface. DTG is not a transfer – the ink adheres directly to the fabric of the custom shirt. In fact, because the design is processed and printed digitally, there are no screens or physical setups, allowing for smaller quantities. Indeed, digital printers do not use screens and can do photorealistic printing, offering more detail than traditional silk screen printing. As the ink is applied more thinly (to achieve such detail), digital printing is best used on light-colored shirts, allowing the design to stand out. However, digital printing may be less durable, have limitations in color matching, and can be more expensive for large print runs.

In summary, silk screen printing is a traditional technique that offers durability and versatility, while digital printing provides flexibility, speed, and the ability to do custom prints. The choice between the two depends on factors like the desired outcome, printing material, budget, and manufacturing requirements. Both methods have their own advantages and applications in the printing industry.

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