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Gain Experience and Visibility by Presenting at 2016 Digital Textile Printing Conference

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

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SGIA partners with AATCC to sponsor conference later this year

Fairfax, Virginia - SGIA has teamed up with AATCC (Association of Textile, Apparel and Materials Professionals) to jointly sponsor the 2016 Digital Textile Printing Conference (Research Triangle Park, North Carolina; December 6–7) — and now is the time to submit your presentation proposal.

By presenting at this targeted conference, you will establish credibility and leadership while getting unbeatable face time with industry colleagues, shooting you to the top of your professional network. Abstracts are being solicited for the topics in the following four program sessions:

Product Performance — Apparel, Home Furnishings, and Soft Signage

  • Performance criteria
  • Fabric selection and preparation
  • Advancements in ink and pretreatment chemistry
  • Test methods for evaluating colorfastness and physical properties of printed materials

Cutting Edge Technology

  • Advancements in print head technology and printer hardware — dye based and pigment printing
  • Lower cost/start-up solutions
  • In-line and integrated processing
  • Heat fixation technology
  • Wet processing equipment

Designing for Digital — What Can You Do?

  • Color management strategies
  • Novel applications and design opportunities

Case Studies and Business Models

  • Digital is changing the landscape — share your story 

Interested individuals should submit their presentation title, abstract and three learning outcomes/takeaways to Johnny Shell, SGIA’s Vice President of Technical Services, by June 24, 2016.Challenge yourself and give back to your industry — submit your proposal now!

 

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