By just-style.com | 14 October 2003
Introducing decorative effects to garments immediately adds value and makes them stand out - so it is not surprising that there is increasing interest in the relevant technology. Here, Niki Tait looks at some of the latest developments in heat transfer, ultrasonics, digital fabric printing, sewing machines, appliqué and laser cutting equipment.
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