CADlink Technology launches latest generation Digital Factory software

June 13, 2018



The release of the latest generation Digital Factory v10 Apparel software package includes a host of new colour management, performance and automated production workflow enhancements. CADlink has built upon years of highly successful DTG software innovations to bring this new product to market.



Digital Factory v10 Apparel is available in a variety of configurations specifically designed to optimise the advanced colour and production technologies found in market leading direct to garment printers.


Digital Factory Apparel Brother Edition maximises the exceptional throughput capabilities as well as the high fidelity colour output that the newly released Brother GTX printer is designed for. The GT-3 Series of printers is also supported.


Digital Factory Apparel Epson Edition supports the latest Epson DTG printer, F2100 as well as the previously released F2000 and provides Epson users with extended colour gamut printing capabilities as well as substantial workflow advantages over and above the Garment Creator driver shipped alongside the printer.


 Digital Factory Apparel PolyPrint Edition includes optimised drivers and colour profiles sets for the series of TexJet printers and also provides easy to use, automated production workflow tools for TexJet users.


‘Essentially, all of the Digital Factory Apparel Edition products include the same powerful colour management and production workflow tools,’ stated Michael Chramtchenko, CADlink Technology director of marketing. ‘The difference amongst them is that each unique package has customised printer driver and colour profile sets that bring out the very best in the printer that they are designed for. CADlink also provides a ‘Production Edition’ which makes available all supported printer drivers and profile packages for customers that would like to run various brands of DTG printers from a single workstation.’


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