Digital textile printing has created the potential for digital printing to displace screenprinting in short, medium and even some high-quantity production runs on the basis of quality, cost, and speed. New high-speed digital inkjet printers, specialized inks, and precise color-management software that streamline the textile printing process support this transition. Faster printers enable longer production runs and improve cost efficiency, and durable inks, with improved reliability, improve productivity and produce goods suitable for the consumer. In the digital printing process ink viscosity is an important difference. Low-viscosity, aqueous-based fluids, which can be jetted through the inkjet printhead, replace traditional screenprinting paste inks. DuPont, US, has applied its knowledge and experience to develop inks specifically for its DuPont™ 2020 printer, with ink properties matched to the design specifications of the printhead, so as to achieve excellent print reliability.