Digital Textile Printing: The Future is Now Conference



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December 6-7, 2016
Sheraton Imperial Hotel
Durham, North Carolina, USA

AVAILABLE  PRESENTATIONS

These presentations are available to registered conference attendees only.  Please do not share these files in print or electronic form.

Digital Textile Printing Technology Overview – Johnny Shell, SGIA

Which Ink Do I Use? – An Overview of the Different Ink Chemistries Used to Print Textiles – David Clark, Huntsman Textile Effects

Durst Image Technology – Bob Rychel

Mimaki USA – Ken VanHorn

Kornit Digital – Sharon Donovich

Expand/MS – Mark Sawchak

Fabric Printing: Color 101 Dave Brewer, Image Options

Now that You’ve Printed the Fabric, What Next? Digital Finishing Pitfalls and Opportunities – Steve Aranoff, Mikkelsen Converting Technologies

How to Know the Inks and Other Chemicals Will Meet Your Customers Sustainability Objectives – Ben Mead, Hohenstein Institute USA and OEKO-TEX USA

Characterization of Lightfast Dyes for Digital Printing Applications Harold S. Freeman, North Carolina State University

Comparison of Color Gamut and Fastness Properties by Using Disperse and Pigment-Based Inks for Textile Inkjet PrintingYi Ding, North Carolina State University

Surface Imaging: A New Trans-Disciplinary Field of Discipline – Hitoshi Ujiie, Philadelphia University

Fabric Factors Impacting Digital Printing – Xingyu Li, North Carolina State University

A Layered Approach to Design – Carrie Yates, Cotton Incorporated

Designing for Digital – What Can You Do? – Reuben Quesus, Racad Tech, Inc.

Delivering Print Ready Jobs & Revenue Directly to Your Digital Textile Printing Service – Steve Smith, DPInnovations Inc. and Bill Finley, Meno Enterprises

A Vision for Digital Manufacturing – Gart Davis, Spoonflower Inc.

State of the Technology – Mark Sawchak, Expand Systems

Quality Assurance for Printed Textiles – Diana Wyman, AATCC

These presentations are copyrighted by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) and the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) and may not be reproduced in any form, without the written permission of AATCC and SGIA.