Keypoint Intelligence published a market prediction for direct to garment (DTG) printers in the years 2021-2026. This forecast covers devices that are used for DTG printing. It includes devices with multiple platens, including printers with toner transfer (EP), which compete in the entry-level commercial sector. In the forecast deliverables, there is also a pivot table that includes figures for direct-to-film (DTF).
FAIRFIELD, N.J., Dec. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire–PRWeb/ Keypoint Intelligence has published a market outlook for direct-to garment (DTG) printers in the years 2021-2026. This forecast covers devices that are used for DTG printing. It includes both desktop and industrial printers, as well as printers that have multiple platens. The printers include toner transfer (EP), which is a competitor in the entry-level commercial sector. In the forecast deliverables, there is also a pivot table that includes figures for direct-to-film (DTF).
Direct-to-garment printing refers to the process of printing directly on textiles or garments using inkjet technology. Print transport and inkjet-deposition elements are two common solutions that allow you to print on garments when they are finished.
We have established the market size of DTG printers in 2021 by gathering information from key vendors as well as analyzing machine capabilities in industrial and commercial environments. Based on market trends, the forecast for 2026 can be broken down into the following regions:
The world was free from the COVID-19 pandemic at the time of data collection and forecasting. However, there is still economic disruption as the global economy struggles for a new start. The global supply chain and shipping disruptions continue impacting supplies of consumables, parts and garments. Additionally, labor shortages are disrupting normal business operations.
“In 2021 the world’s first direct-to-garment printing reached its peak $10.5 billion In print value and is expected reach $21.3 billion “By 2026,” claims Johnny Shell, Principal Analyst at Keypoint Intelligence. “Digitally printed garments have reached 958 millions pieces worldwide, with a projected CAGR 16.8% through 2026.”
Some trends include the continued integration of workflow automation with online markets (Shopify and Amazon, for example). This is made available by both OEMs and third party providers, making it easier to compete. The speed gap between industrial and commercial mid-level printers is shrinking, and faster industrial high level DTG printers are proving that digital printing is not too slow. Global ecommerce growth is expected to continue. It will reach a 24.5% market share by 2025. Digitally printed apparel continues its trend in the ecommerce direction.
You can either purchase the report 2021-2026 Direct to Garment Market Forecast separately or as part your subscription to other research by Keypoint Intelligence’s Functional and Industrial Printing Service.
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