Rainbows, wild, multi-colored patterns – these aren’t seating fabrics you see every day. And that’s the point. Taylor, MI-based Michigan Industrial Trim (MIT) is showing off a new fabric printing technology that it says offers a world of possibilities for custom and short production-run vehicles. DuPont’s Artistri 2020 can print photographic images directly on upholstery. Developed with DuPont, the process uses a high-speed printer and special pigment inks to transfer digital patterns ...

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