(Quoted from Michelle Moxley, M&R , and Screenprinting Magazine. Full article here.)
Digital hybrid printing is a union between analog screen printing and digital direct-to-garment (DTG) printing, two of the most common embellishment technologies in use today. Essentially, a hybrid line consists of an automatic screen-printing press with a CMYK digital printer located on one of the print stations, with the ability to combine screen and inkjet-printed graphics on each garment.
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