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Digital printing continues to make inroads into the conventional printing business. The transactional printing, label and wide format fields have long been key markets for inkjet printing, and digital printers are setting their sights on other long-standing conventional printing markets. In this issue of PERFECT SOURCING our team interacted with digital textile printing machinery manufacturers and companies using the technology to enhance capacities in printing fabric. Though the market has seen a very good growth over the last few years still the companies have inhibitions to invest huge money in digital printing because of less knowledge in the field and also confusion on what technology to adopt? In this cover story our team has attempted to find out various factors one should keep in mind for going in for digital printing and also interacted with companies offering technology to understand areas like return on investments, ink cost, print heads and running cost of the machines. While investing on high speed and high volume technology it is important to gauge the running cost of the machine which depends on many factors like print run, monthly demand, electricity consumption, ink cost, operator cost, maintenance cost(after 1 year) of installation, importing and buying cost, selling cost of fabric, wastages, consumption of water, loan interest and so on the basis of all these one can roughly calculate the per square meter cost of printed fabric. This way any company can analyze that in how many months one can get ROI and reach breakeven or profitability in business. The calculations are more important if you are going in for big investment like single pass machines of high speed machines.

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