Digital Textile Printing Conference V2.0 Proceedings



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November 29-30, 2017
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.

 

State of the Digital Textile Printing Industry: Technology and the Innovation that Drives Growth – Ron Gilboa, Keypoint Intelligence

Digital Textile Solutions – Matching the Technology to the Application – Vince Cahill, VCE Solutions

Digital Textile Printing – An Impartial Guide to Choosing the More Suitable Technology for Your Business – Duncan Ross, AVA CAD CAM Group

Digital Inkjet Printing on Jacquard Woven Fabrics – Claire Hider & Traci Lamar, North Carolina State University

Digital Dye Sublimation Printing for Customized Warp Knit Advanced Flexible Composites – Mark Sunderland, Thomas Jefferson University

Designing for Digital – Charles Contompasis, Keryakos Inc./MA+CH Studio

Digitally Printed Fabric Requirements for the Automotive and Outdoor Furnishings Markets – David Clark, Huntsman

Grow Profit and Efficiency by Adopting Optimized Digital Textile Workflows – Scott Donovan, BleuPrint Creative

Digital Printing Using VAT Inks – Thomas Kloebl and Roland Zimmer, Zimmer Austria

Understanding the Color Characterization Process for Textile PrintingJonathan Read, Media One Digital Imaging Solutions, LLC

Print Quality Optimization & Controlling Process Variation – Jonathan Read, Media One Digital Imaging Solutions, LLC

Delivering Consistent Durability in Digitally Printed Textiles – Brad Riley, The Lubrizol Corporation

The History and Current State of Digital Pigment Technology – Hamid Shirazi, Fujifilm Imaging Colorants

Manufacturing 4.0, IoT & On-Demand Digital Textile Printing – Steve Smith, DPInnovations Inc.

Adobe Insights into Textile Printing Workflows – Mike Scrutton, Adobe Systems Inc.

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.