The list of printed textiles ranges from material for blinds and sunshades, to sports bags, racket sleeves, T-shirts, and casual clothing. Whether industrial products or casual wear, in textile printing there are hardly no limits to ideas, patterns, and design.
The future is direct printing: rather than additional sewn-in labels, manufacturers are increasingly choosing to print brand names, size, and care instructions directly onto the inside of clothing. Pad printing is the ideal method for this application as it is ressource-efficient and minimises waste.
Our specialty inks for direct printing onto textiles feature utmost environmental and consumer safety: They are certified according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100, and contain no substances listed in the California Proposition 65.
Digital textile transfer printing offers new opportunities with the combination of established Plastisol and PU based transfer inks: Switching the process of traditional cold peel printing to a combination with digital (digital textile transfer printing) is enabling you a higher print resolution, cost savings on personalised short and mid runs, and cuts down pre-press costs at an affordable invest.
The TexaJet DX-DTE digital ink was developed to replace the process- and multicolour print in traditional textile transfer applications. The ink system delivers photo-realistic results at a high quality resistance and a stunning soft touch.
Water-based inks are the preferred choice for digital textile printing. Marabu offers two solutions for sublimations inks:
The hybrid sublimation ink TexaJet DX-SHE is ideal for both conventional transfer and direct printing on pre-treated polyester fabrics, offering digital printers the flexibility they seek for a broad range of commercial textile applications. In contrast, the specialized ink for transfer printing TexaJet DX-STE works well even on very thin paper, and is also optimized for Epson printheads.