Digital Textile Printing Laboratory

Professor Michael James with student in Digital Textile Printing Laboratory

Digital Textile Printing Laboratory

  • Cutting edge Wasatch RIP software linked to the environmentally-friendly high-resolution Mimaki DS1600 digital textile printer
  • Printer features two sets of high-speed print heads and a maximum print width of 63"
  • Printer accommodates both reactive and acid dyes, and students and faculty commonly print on cottons, silks and linens
  • Humidity-controlled laboratory includes a Jacquard SteamJet fabric finisher for optimal dye fixation