- Roland DG has revealed an official statement imprinted on a dress by its most up to date material printer, the Texart XT-64OS-F.
The dress, sewn in London and imprinted in Milan, uses the white ink and brilliant shading capacities the machine offers, just as the capacity to print text.
“We worked with our Italian material clients to plan the machine, so it simply felt right to proceed with our cooperation with industry creatives to rejuvenate the dress delivery. We gigantically appreciated working with capable originators, sewers, picture takers and models to assist with transforming our vision into the real world, and we trust our clients feel enlivened to make their exceptional pieces of clothing, therefore,” said EMEA showcasing head of Roland DG, Stephen Davis.
The organization additionally teamed up with planner Fabia Goff to make the example. Goff, who recently worked with brands like John Lewis and Laura Ashley said that she needed “the example to be on the pattern, consolidating the splendid tones we will be seeing on catwalks all through 2022.”
The new material machine is focused on clothing print houses and piece of clothing producers. It will permit style houses to make models of apparel, or make one-off pieces for a show.
Through utilizing the print-on-request pieces of clothing, the material machine will lessen article of clothing waste and assist with a satisfying developing need for short-run imprinting in the attire and material industry.
“We trust our clients feel motivated to make their one of a kind articles of clothing subsequently,” said Davis.
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