(Quoted from Roland DGA's blog. Full article here.)
Digital printing technology has improved rapidly, and as a result, it’s merged and diversified industries so that screen printers are now offering digital printing and sign shops are able to offer apparel. We saw this type of industry adaptation happen with the emergence of eco-solvent printers, and we can see it now with dye-sublimation printers.
Our recently released Texart RT-640 Dye-Sublimation Printer allows users to digitally add custom graphics to clothing, chairs, snowboards, fabrics, promotional products and more. For many sign and graphics businesses, this quick and effective digital print method is replacing traditional screen-printing practices for shorter production runs and for output that requires multiple colors and photographic imagery.
If you’re considering adding this type of technology to your graphics business, here are three things you should know about dye-sublimation.
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