A close up on 300 DPI printing.


Not all 

printing is equal.


Where the traditional textile print industry is accustomed to mass production with long-runs, the digital inkjet dye sublimation business mostly produces short run textile products.


This approach to digital textile printing is very different, and so is the expectation.

The great benefit of sublimation ink is the fact that the colorants will bond with the fiber during sublimation or fixation.

The benefit of aqueous-based sublimation ink is the absence of hazardous components as found in UV-curable, solvent and, even, in latex inks.


Kingly now offer a wide range of digital printing onto fabrics such as polyester and cotton.


As all production is full custom, we are capable of producing almost any existing textile.

This would include printed velour towels, aprons, bandanas, eye masks, bean bags, bike saddle overs, oven gloves, pot holders, headrest covers, cushions, seat covers, travel neck pillows, non-woven banners, pop up systems, stadium cushions, pennants, flags, scarves, baby bibs, table cloths, carpets, bar runners, floor mats, printed microfiber lanyards.



Digital printing onto garments




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