Learn How One Device is Turning the Tables in the Printing Industry

At the very lowest level of printing, you have no cutting apparatus. You simply have an employee manually cutting off every job with an Exacto knife or a razor blade. This is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to cutting and might save you from having to splurge on a cutting machine of any type, but will ultimately cost you in productivity and output in the long run.

​Forecasting Firm Smithers Pira Predicts Strong Growth for Digital Textiles Segment

Worldwide supply chain and forecasting conglomerate Smithers Pira has come out with a bold prediction for the digital textiles industry; it has valued the current market share at approximately $1.2 billion in 2016 and predicted a year-by-year growth rate of 12 percent by 2021. This prediction, if it bears out, would have the digital textile market doubling in value over the next five years. Others, by including digitally printed fabric for home decorating and clothing, have suggested even higher growth curves.

​How to Expand Your Production Opportunities by Adopting Digital Printing Finishing Technology

Modern PSPs in the digital sphere are beginning to experience massive growth. Because of this, there is a lot of opportunities for these companies to grow—if they grow with the times.

PSPs today are very different from the print shops of the past. Although twenty years ago, it may have been commonplace to outsource the finishing of your jobs to another firm—or even cut manually—modern business has high expectations from PSPs, including a full value-creation chain of designing, printing, and cutting.

The Evolution of Digital Finishing Technology for Print Service Provider

UV Ink, the Driver for Innovation

Innovations in the finishing industry came about after technological advances were made in the printing process that made printing on many substrates not only feasible but economical. This technology was UV printing—these inks are high quality and high fidelity and cure almost immediately when struck by UV light from the printheads that are used when printing.