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Pigment ink vs sublimation ink – can you tell the difference?

Just finishing an install for a GoTx 2190 setup with pigment inks, have a look at the amazing bright colours we are achieving with pigment inks onto cotton. The lower sample with the stitched edge is in fact a transfer sublimated print. Traditionally sublimation has a far brighter finish. Can you tell the difference between [...]

By |August 27th, 2015|News, Technology|Comments Off on Pigment ink vs sublimation ink – can you tell the difference?

GoTx at Mood in Brussels

The Pigmentinc GoTx machines will be on display this September 8,9 and 10 at the MOOD Expo in Brussels. Please come and say hello to the team at Hall 5 Stand Number A57. More info here - http://www.moodbrussels.com/en.

By |August 27th, 2015|News, Trade Shows|Comments Off on GoTx at Mood in Brussels

Another GoTx machine install

Although still early days yet, the GoTx product is gaining momentum. Here we are installing another 1.9m wide machine, this one will be setup using pigment ink for printing onto natural fabrics. It even ships with an engineer in the box….:)

By |August 21st, 2015|News|Comments Off on Another GoTx machine install

Come see GoTx at the Melbourne Visual Impact show

GoTx will be on display at the Melbourne Visual Impact show on September 17-18-19. Bring your designs and let us print you up some awesome T-shirts. For more info on the show go to www.visualimpact.org.au See you there Happy DTGing Jerry

By |August 18th, 2015|News, Trade Shows|Comments Off on Come see GoTx at the Melbourne Visual Impact show

New GoTx Speed and Quality textile print videos

We recently put up a few new videos showing the speed and quality of the GoTx printers. Check out the full playlist - click here.

By |August 12th, 2015|News, Technology, Videos|Comments Off on New GoTx Speed and Quality textile print videos

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The process begins at source, on the farm. By examining the raw cotton for specific details such as cleanliness and staple length, we ensure only the highest quality and type of raw cotton is used in our products.

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The raw cotton is cleaned and combed in preparation for spinning into yarn. The spinning method is based on the required performance or application of the end product.

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The warp yarns are processed over a beam to apply starch. This gives the yarns strength and stability during the weaving process.

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Different looms are capable of producing different selvedges, some fringed, some closed and some can weave longer piece lengths than others. We work closely with our suppliers to select the correct loom for the specified end use.

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Our cloth is inspected throughout the weaving process to satisfy our quality standards. We stipulate that 75% of loomstate is inspected for greige goods and 100% is inspected prior to further processing.

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