Three reasons you’ll want Kornit’s Presto MAX for on-demand printing on cotton drill  

Maor Yur
May 3, 2022


From the battlefield to the boardroom, cotton drill has been around for over a century. A tightly woven textile fabric used in apparel and home décor products, cotton drill is used where durability and longevity are paramount. Made of 100% cotton, it’s a breathable fabric that keeps its wearers cool and dry.

Cool, clean and comfortable

First employed in India in the 1840s for British military uniforms, cotton drill was dyed tan and called “khaki,” the Hindi word for tan. Since then, it has become known as a breathable, comfortable, and durable fabric that holds its dye easily. From Ralph Lauren to LL Bean, cotton drill has become a fabric popular on cool city streets where safari style has become an urban trend. Today, cotton drill is known as a recyclable, strong, and absorbent fabric that makes a statement about sustainability.

Cotton drill’s versatility is ideal for on-demand textile printing using Kornit’s Presto MAX digital printing system.

Here are three reasons why:

1. Work Uniforms

Cotton drill is perfect for work uniforms – from industrial workwear to chef uniforms and aprons. It’s now easier than ever to add custom logos – for one employee to a staff of hundreds and even thousands.

2. Kids Wear

What kid doesn’t come home with grass stains and worn knees? But with cool print styles that kids love, parents everywhere can rejoice! Cotton drill maintains its shape, and is durable and strong. No wonder it’s a textile manufacturer’s dream!

3. Fashion

Dare to be bold and print any pattern onto comfortable cotton drill. Its lightweight and soft drape makes it the ideal fashion fabric for any casual garment. Transform cotton drill into daring attire by printing white onto dark cotton drill with Kornit’s Presto MAX.

To find out how you can grow your profits with on-demand digital printing on an array of fabrics, contact us today.