Great penetration into the fabric

Direct digital fabric printing is a process where rolls of fabric are printed using large format ink-jet printing machines. In a similar process to a desktop computer printer, printer heads containing many fine nozzles squirt tiny droplets of inks onto pre-treated fabric.  Fabrics are pre-treated with chemicals to help in the bonding of the print by the fibers. The digitally printed fabric then post treated to fix the dye into the fabric in the process of high heat pressing.

With direct- to- fabric dye- sublimation printing, the inks penetrate deeper into the fabric than those used in transfer printing – which only makes sense, since you’re jetting the ink directly onto the fabric.