The image and data are just two of many factors which can influence print results. The fabrics, each with their own shade of white, influence how ink colors will look when printed, but the fibers themselves, grown in different places around the world, undergoing a variety of treatments and, in some cases, combining those fibers with elastic will each have different, small impacts on the end result. The inks (permanent water-based reactive inks) are also influenced by environmental factors, such as air temperature and moisture content. Each printer is also slightly different, as is each washing machine, and on and on... each step has some small influence on the final result.
100% identical prints are simply not possible.
Last update on 2017-11-09 by Ellie Mutchler.