Vietnam: HCMUTE Workshop on the Advanced Techniques of Direct-to-Garment Printing


The workshop named “Advanced Techniques of Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Printing” took place on November 4th, 2017 at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education. More than 200 students from Printing Technology, Garment Technology, and Fashion Design departments participated in the event.

The workshop covered various aspects of Direct-To-Garment Printing, including the technology process setup, selecting the proper equipment and proper garments, working with different types of fabrics, preparing the artwork for custom printing and choosing the right RIP software.

In addition, students had the opportunity to know how to start T-shirt business, how to price the garments properly and be successful in DTG industry.

“We set the goal of raising general awareness for the present-day methods of garment printing among Vietnamese students”, said Dmitry Sarbaev, Managing Director of Fluxmall DTG Printing Vietnam.

“In the emerging industry of garment decoration it is crucial to follow the market: understand the differences of printing methods clearly, maximize capabilities by using full-color printing, be creative in artwork preparation, and constantly keep improving the technology. We were able to discuss all these topics with the students, and a great variety of questions which arose, proved the fact of high interest for the technology and related DTG industry”.

Students had a chance not only to ask questions, but also take parts in various contests, prepared by Fluxmall DTG team. Those of them who earned maximum points, received gifts of T-shirts with full-color printing.

“Fluxmall DTG team did a good job!”, noted Ms. Ho Thi Thuc Khanh, Head of Fashion Design Department, Faculty of Garment Technology and Fashion Design. “Students said that the presentation was really meaningful to them, and they enjoyed the game activity a lot. Thanks for sharing, not only the knowledge but also the company’s experience in printing industry”.

The garment industry of Vietnam is widely known all over the world, which is why integration of modern digital printing methods on textile is a strategic task to raise the overall production quality not only for local, but international companies as well.


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