The Digital Textile Printing Market report’s goal is to provide a thorough examination of the market based on the printing process, ink type, application, and location. The research also includes a thorough value chain and information on the important variables (drivers, constraints, opportunities, and challenges) impacting the market growth. The key players in the digital textile printing market are also strategically profiled, with their market rank and core competencies thoroughly analyzed, as well as the competitive landscape for market players and descriptions of product launches, product developments, acquisitions, partnerships, expansions, agreements, and collaborations.
Demand Analysis for Digital Textile Printing (2014-2021) vs. Market Forecast (2022 to 2029)
The fabric The digital printing industry is experiencing a period of rapid growth. This is due to a surge in demand for bespoke silk and polyester garments with custom printing designs. This has opened up huge opportunities for digital textile printing companies, and while digital technologies are paving the way for new sorts of applications, some traditional textile applications are expected to shift to digital formats.
Which regional markets do digital textile printer manufacturers expect to be profitable?
“Asia Pacific’s Market Growth is Fueled by a Rise in Digital Fabric Printing Services”
North America, which accounts for nearly one-third of total sales growth, continues to offer value-creation opportunities. The presence of digital natives and significant companies in this developed region is propelling the digital textile printing industry ahead. Europe will enter the billion-dollar club at the end of the projection period.
Asia Pacific is likely to make considerable progress in the global digital textile printing market during the forecast period. India and China’s marketplaces are propelling the market forward significantly.
Which digital printing process is fueling the market’s rapid expansion?
“The Direct to Fabric (DTF) Printing Process Is the Most Popular for Digital Fabric Printing”
The direct to fabric (DTF) printing technology is seeing unprecedented demand in the worldwide digital textile printing market, with DTF expected to account for 54 percent of market share over the projected period.
Direct to fabric (DTF) printing is appropriate for non-polyester fibers such as silk, cotton, and nylon. In polyester applications that demand deep ink penetration, such as printing on flags, this direct process technique is also used.