Guide to Choosing Your Print Technology & Printer

Guide to Choosing Your Print Technology & Printer

James Edmondson Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Frustrated by how difficult it was to print onto sustainable cloth, James Edmonson set about solving the problem himself. He bought a printer, sourced organic cotton and began to offer a print bureau service - and so, Fabrica Textiles was born. Today, Fabrica Textiles advises clients on all aspects of digital printing and manage their print flow. With his expertise combining both the world of print and sustainability, James was the perfect guest expert for this session.

In this video you'll learn:

  • The different options that are available for printing on textiles.
  • How to source fabric for digital printing.
  • About different ink technologies in digital print.
  • How to work with printers.

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