Digital printing on fabric: the revolution in furniture textiles

Digital printing on fabric is the great revolution that is changing furnishing textiles, by offering designers and architects almost unlimited customization possibilities: an opportunity that industry professionals have begun to appreciate both in the production of furnishings, and the customization of individual pieces or limited productions.

 

Digital printing on fabric through the most advanced technologies
Flukso offers digital printing on fabric using the most advanced technologies the industry proposes. Printing is made by transfer technology that allows creating an image on a special paper and then applying it at high temperatures through 200°C thermopressure on fabrics. Printing can be easily done on all Flukso polyester fabrics and ensures excellent results in no time and at low cost. The prints obtained feature high-quality images with crisp colour combinations and high resistance to light.

 

Digital printing on fabric: no minimum order required
Flukso offers all its customers the possibility of digital printing on fabric even for very limited quantities. Thanks to the possibilities offered by the most advanced technologies, it is possible to print individual pieces as well. This type of printing offers the advantage of producing in limited amounts of time, whether for series, samples or tests. Therefore, customers can check first hand the yield of printing through tests and green-light serial production only after the desired effect has been achieved. Likewise, it is also possible to personalize only a few pieces, a very useful feature in the case of contract-based commissions with discrete aesthetic or communicative needs.

 

Unlimited customization
Flukso allows unlimited personalization on fabrics, as it pertains to both colours and print size. The technical and creative departments are at customers’ disposal to make predefined drawings, as well as realize designs and colours suggested by customers or referencing to Pantone®, or to create different matching drawings and motifs and, therefore, coordinating collections.