After three years, VTG 2022 - the 20th Vietnam International Textile and Garment Industry Exhibition, VitaTex - Vietnam International Textile and Garment Accessories Exhibition, DYECHEM - Vietnam International Dyeing and Chemical Exhibition will be held.
The September Purchasing Festival is one of the most important purchasing festivals on Alibaba International Station. It is a transaction and service event for small and medium-sized enterprises around the world.
The main gist behind DTF printing is pretty simple – print on a film, and transfer it onto the fabric of choice with a heat press. This new technology has been gaining traction overseas due to its flexibility to print on almost every possible fabric or leather. It makes no difference be it cotton, silk, polyester, synthetic fabrics, genuine leather, or synthetic leather – the DTF printing process can be applied to all of them.
Direct-to-film (DTF) printing is a transfer technology that enables users to print designs onto polyethylene terephthalate (PET) film using water-based pigment inks. This article offers an overview of this up-and-coming technology and also explores how it compares to other printing techniques.
The US government has backed a memorandum of understanding aimed at increasing textile production and supply in Honduras, Central America and the US as it looks to increase nearshoring and offshoring opportunities.
Alibaba International Station will accelerate the return of the global buyer and seller business to the right track through better supply and service, more efficient digital people and goods yard, and more reliable and convenient performance guarantee, and fully reignite the cross-border business.
The worldwide digital fabric printing is estimated to reach USD 6.65 billion by 2030, which means 12.1% increase from 2022 to 2030. digital fabric printing alludes to the method of printing a advanced picture on a assortment of substrates materials. Advanced material printing is utilized to print on a assortment of digital fabric materials such as cotton, polyester, silk, nylon, and other manufactured textures.