Look: Environment-friendly Digital Dyeing of Taiwan
Taiwan is one of the economic competent countries that is utilizing digital technology. A textile company came up with a low-energy, waterless textile digital dyeing technology with the goal to increase sustainability and more importantly, to promote smart dyeing and showcase the platform’s ability to benefit the industry as a whole.
The digital dyeing platform was established by an innovator of inkjet-inspired digital manufacturing technology. It’s being installed at one of Taiwan’s most innovative fabric factories in the hopes of changing the textile industry. The breakthrough approach produces no wastewater and uses 85% less energy than standard textile dyeing. In addition, it is far more cost-effective. Thus, it is thought to be environmentally friendly.
The digital dyeing method has been labeled “the world’s first smart dyeing process,” since it leads to breakthroughs in cost structure, supply chain capabilities, and fabric color sustainability and also breaking free from the traditional dyeing mold which leads to significant cost savings and increased profitability.
Indeed, for textile manufacturers looking to boost their bottom line, this smart dyeing technique may appear to be an appealing solution. Its most significant contribution, though, may be in the creation of a more sustainable and livable Planet.