Best Practice Guide for Direct-to-Garment

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Jun 5, 17 • Front Page, TipsNo Comments

The versatile Direct Jet UVMVP Series and 7200z printers (F4 Editions) from DCS can now be used to create durable and resistant prints, with high strength and durability, when printing to light and dark colored fabrics/garments utilizing the Multisolve IRF4 UV inks.

This latest innovation marks the first ever DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printer for cotton, cotton blends, and 100% polyester and synthetics without the need for harsh chemical pretreatments.

The DTG market has long struggled with printing to polyester and synthetic blend garments with and without harsh chemical pretreatments. The ability to print quickly and easily to cotton, polyester, and various synthetic blends, without the need to heat press a chemical pretreatment, combined with the ability for the printed image to stretch with any fabric, can radically increase product offerings and profits for those in the DTG market.

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