Global Digital Textile Printing market is valued at USD 2.2 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 7.2 billion by 2032, increasing at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period, 2022-2032.
The latest innovation in the field of Textile Printers is Digital Textile Printer. Digital Fabric Printers are compact, offer a lucrative Total Cost of Ownership, gives the option of millions of colours to choose from, and the possibility of unique design, every time. It is able to meet short-runs, faster turnaround, and higher standards of quality – giving customers the flexibility to bring ideas faster to the market. Designed to print directly on natural and synthetic fabrics, our Cloth Printing Machines incorporate the latest technology and efficient Indian engineering to meet the ever-growing demands of the textile industry.
Digital textile is an inkjet-based method that allows manufacturers to print different design that can be virtually made on any kind of fabric. The inks used in digital printing are manufactured according to type of fiber, such as cotton, silk, or polyester. During digital printing, the fabric is fed into the printing device using a roller. The process involves adding ink to the surface in the form of small droplets. After that the fabric is then finished by using either or steam or heat treatment increasing the efficiency. In addition, some inks need washing and drying. Due to technology changes, manufacturers are showing more interest in digital printing rather than dyed fabrics.
The market is anticipated to witness significant growth, owing to increase in demand for printed textiles. Furthermore, rise in per capita disposable income in emerging nations coupled with rapid change in fashion trends with new printed garments are anticipated to boost the market growth during the forecast period. Moreover, surge in application of textile printing in vehicle wrapping, automotive interior decoration is anticipated to boost the segment growth in the automotive sector. However, volatile prices of raw materials and hazardous effects of digital printing inks on infants and old people are expected to hamper the market growth. Nonetheless, technology developments, such as hot melt printing for textile application and 3D printing (additive manufacturing) is anticipated to create new opportunities penetrating new segment growth in the upcoming time. The digital textile printing market is segmented on the basis of substrate, ink type, application and region.