Digital Printing: The Pros and Cons

Digital Printing: The Pros and Cons

Christine Teeling Friday, 1 July 2022

One of the main methods of printing onto fabric for the fashion industry is digital, in which a design is finalised by computer before being applied to the fabric's surface. This lesson teaches the basic concepts of digital printing and its pros and cons, so whether you are a complete beginner, or just in need of a little refresher course, this bitesize lesson is sure to take you through everything you need to know to get going. 

In this video you'll learn:

  • What digital printing is
  • The pros and cons of digital printing as a method
  • How to decide whether it is the right method for your designs and products 

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