Digital printing for fabric

Innovations in digital printing technologies now provide not just a fast and efficient way to translate designs onto a number of different fabrics, and one which yields stunning results, but also an avenue that uses less water and generates much less waste than conventional printing.


Machinery and equipment makers

Production professionals

Textile chemicals professionals

Vital Stats

How does it work?

Digital textile printing typically uses inkjet technology to print colors onto fabric. The fabric is fed through the printer, which sprays the dye onto the textile with tiny droplets. The final step is fixing the fabric, a process that ensures the permanency of the design.

Sustainability benefits

Digital textile printing involves lesser power and water consumption as compared to conventional printing. As well as it uses significantly less ink and minimizes waste, while compared to screen printing, the dominant form of textile printing currently.


Fast sampling and quick delivery turnaround times

Stage of commercialization

Early stage of commercialization

Types of professionals who can improve the solution

Textile engineers, Mechatronic engineers

Specifically relevant to any geography?

More relevant to countries that produce fabrics on a large scale

Decarbonization Potential


Value Chain

Fabric dyeing and finishing ,

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Support Organisations

Web Resources

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