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    Textile digital printing technologies

    Tyler, David J. (2005) Textile digital printing technologies. Textile Progress, 37 (4). pp. 1-65. ISSN 0040-5167

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    Textile digital printing emerged in the 1990s as a prototyping tool and a vehicle for printing small batches of fabric for niche market products. Developments over the past 5 years have been dramatic, with major practitioner conferences in the U.S. and in Europe, and a specialist trade press journal. We are now at the stage where all the ingredients are present for producing commercial print runs, but there are still many hurdles to jump for digital printing technologies to make an impact in world markets. This monograph reviews the technological issues and sets these in a wider commercial context. It explains how new markets have being successfully created and how digital printing technologies have provided a springboard for product innovation.

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