You just call up the existing job and re-print it. As a rough guide, disperse direct or sublimation inks are suitable for printing onto polyester fabrics; acid inks are best for silk or nylon; and reactive inks are used for fibres that have a cellulose base. Though there are still jobs and businesses that call for the transfer China Cotton With Spandex Knitting/Texture Fabric Manufacturers method - in which a transfer, once printed, is rolled onto the fabric using a heat press.
Once you have created a print job it can be stored in your printer, technically forever or until you run out of space and have to delete older work. This is ideal for companies that commission multiple runs of the same logo design for example on different t shirts - and it's ideal for your printing business, too, as it means you don't need to keep repeating your work every time you get a new order from the same company. Modern textiles can be printed using digital printers, which are effectively inkjet printers whose modified technology allows the ink to be injected into the fabric.
sublimation printing, literally the ink going in under the surface), or printed on top of the fibres. The type of ink that you use when you perform textile printing is dictated by two things: the nature of the fabric you are printing to and the nature of the machine doing the printing. The major benefit of using digital printing technology for textile printing is repeatability.
and of course the accuracy that goes with repeated runs of the same file. Digital textile printing is basically divided into direct garment printing; visual communication (like flags or banners; fashion; and interior decorating. As the technology has progressed since the early 1980s, sublimation printing has largely replaced transfer printing, which was the old method of using ink jet technology to print onto fabrics.Textile printing has of course been around for hundreds of years: in its modern form though it is very different from the woodcut prints of old