In the home furnishing industry, there has always been a demand for wide textiles, up to 3.2 or even 3.4 mtr. But for the fashion market, where in the past fabrics of 1.50 mtr were most commonly used, nowadays more and more printers are producing fashion fabrics with a width of up to 1.85 mtr. This is a logical result of the population getting taller. But how do you as a printer efficiently print large format fabrics? In this blog, I explain what widths of fabric are actually considered ‘large format’ and how you can choose the right printer for your large format production.