Digital Textile Printing US | Day 2
Day 2 | June 8, 2018
Registration & Exhibit Hall Opens
Welcome: Welcome: Jena Stout, Conference Producer, Smithers Pira
This session will cover software advancements, inking developments, and a color management and finishing review.
Moderator: Ken Bach, Business Development Director, Aberdeen Fabrics
Color Management and Finishing
Leslie Herrmann | Demo Room Manager of Global Imaging
So many digital print shops these days have humble beginnings in someone’s garage or small shop. These companies can quickly grow to being multimillion dollar companies with dozens of large printers. With the speed of growth being so high, many owners and managers can lose sight of the amount of knowledge that printing takes. These realizations can be especially painful with large fabric graphics that come back with the color not matching or graphics that don’t fit what they were sewn for. I will dive into importance of inventing in color management, cover some color basics, then skip to the end of the workflow and speak about the mystery of cutting, sewing, and fitting fabric graphics.
Panel: Innovations and Limitations in Inkjet Developments and Applications
Panelists include: Dystar and Dupont
The evolving market of inks. What is out there and where are we seeing the greatest growth? This panel will discuss inkjet capabilities, and developments in reactive, disperse and pigment inkjet.
Morning Networking Break
In the concluding session of Digital Print for Textiles, speakers will explore the emerging technologies in digital print, and what those in the digital print landscape have to look forward to. Speakers will discuss the strides industry leaders are taking to ensure sustainability, and the added value of digital print being a more sustainable option.
Moderator: David Brewer, Vice President of Technology, Image Options
Where We’ve Been, Where we are and Where we are Going
Steve Smith | Owner of DPInnovations Inc
Leveraging the IoT to build an online, on-demand, ‘pull’ based technology service that delivers more than just ‘dumb’ products. You’ll be presented with a detailed explanation of tomorrows B2A(nyone) website that satisfies the needs of both consumers and professionals with innovative tools and functionality. Starting with the conception of artwork creation based on market demand you’ll see how a virtual product can be marketed, sold, then manufactured and delivered in a seamlessly automated manner.
New Technology in Inkjet
Liz Logue | Senior Director Corporate Business Development of EFI, US
This presentation will cover single pass, high speed multipass, and other trends in inkjet. Liz will also discuss how digital opens up endless design possibilities for the textile market, and how leveraging the value of digital can assist in lowering costs.
Sustainability in Digital Textile Printing
Michael Labella | Commercial Director of Sensient Imaging Technologies
What do we know about the sustainability factor in digital textile printing? This presentation will discuss dye sublimation as the more sustainable option of printing, market drivers for sustainability throughout the supply chain, and how the future is now for sustainability in digital textile printing.
Closing Remarks and Farewell