Textiles are Taking Over: Digitally Printed Textiles
Today's brand managers and specifiers are progressively using more environmentally aware methods and materials (such as fabric and textiles) to meet consumer-driven needs.
In SGIA's Digital Textile Printing Zone (Booth 627), you'll get a wealth of information on digital textile printing including technical and design requirements, recommended workflows, color management tips, finishing techniques, and recommended best practices for a variety of ink and fabric combinations.
You'll also have a chance to see digital printing technologies in action, and visit with students and faculty members from Philadelphia University's School of Design and Engineering. The Textile Design Programs as well as the newly developed Surface Imaging and Design Program at Philadelphia University offer integrated, collaborative curricula that blend aesthetic, creative skills with emerging technologies. Their student and faculty of professionals will be an integral part of this unique, intellectually stimulating learning environment where attendees can learn how to meet the challenges of the ever-changing marketplace of digital textile printing.