Recent Developments in Ink Jet Printing of Textiles with Reactive Dyes

@inproceedings{Provost1998RecentDI,
  title={Recent Developments in Ink Jet Printing of Textiles with Reactive Dyes},
  author={John Provost},
  year={1998}
}
With the increased pressure from developing tex markets in the Far East Textile Printers in Europe, Ja and the USA must respond with both increased qua and shorter time of response. This means supplying new design concepts, sam and production printed fabrics in a wide range colourways in a timeframe unheard of a few years a One area that has seen development is in the printing area with increasing use of CAD/CAM syste and digital printing systems. The present paper will review the latest… CONTINUE READING

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