“Improvements in Inkjet for Textile Manufacturing” will happen Tuesday, November 14, at 1 p.m. ET
The textile market has many progress alternatives for inkjet. Information from Smithers signifies that income from inkjet for textiles grew by almost 15% from 2021 to 2022 and is on monitor for a continued CAGR of over 9% between 2023 and 2028. That progress is vital for your entire textile ecosystem from a sustainability perspective in addition to a income perspective. To proceed to develop, inkjet must proceed to fulfill new market calls for and overcome compatibility and productiveness challenges by way of improvements in ink, printheads and drying/curing.
“Improvements in Inkjet for Textiles” will speak about this demanding market together with direct to material, movie and garment. Our skilled presenters from the US and UK will clarify market necessities and showcase the newest releases of inks, printheads and full textile printing options. Attendees will study:
- Tendencies within the textile market driving alternatives for inkjet progress and for mills and designers embracing inkjet manufacturing
- Variations in necessities for segments of the textile market and the way they’re at the moment addressed
- The influence of ink innovation on textile compatibility and buying fashions
- Press and underlying expertise developments driving improved effectivity and sustainability
Our skilled presenters have hands-on expertise with textile design and inkjet manufacturing and enthusiasm to share their data.
This webinar will likely be helpful for producers of textiles for trend and décor in addition to builders of printing options to serve these markets. As all the time, our Inkjet Explainers will curiosity anybody desirous to find out how inkjet is pushing the boundaries of jetting and fluid compatibility.
Be part of Debbie McKeegan of Texintel, Terry Clayton of Summit Analytical and Inkjet Perception’s Elizabeth Gooding on Tuesday, November 14 at 1 p.m. ET to study concerning the newest and best improvements in inkjet printing on textiles .
About Inkjet Perception
Inkjet Perception tracks the capabilities of manufacturing inkjet options for business printing, books, buyer communications, packaging and industrial print functions in addition to strategies and alternatives for creating bespoke inkjet options.
We offer unbiased information and necessities gathering instruments for corporations evaluating inkjet plus downloadable instruments and steering to assist corporations assess print high quality and educate clients and gross sales groups. Print consumers who wish to perceive print provider capabilities and market tendencies can even profit. We conduct ongoing analysis with inkjet customers and their clients to teach and inform the business.
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Debbie McKeegan CEO of TEXINTEL
Debbie McKeegan is a multi-disciplinary inventive and digital print pioneer boasting over twenty years of hands-on expertise inside the Textile manufacturing business. She is an award successful textile designer, in addition to a producer of printed merchandise for trend and interiors. Debbie affords distinctive perception that mixes creativity with a deep data of conventional manufacturing course of and the important utility of disruptive digital applied sciences. She based Texintel as an impartial on-line useful resource alongside an skilled advisory follow that seeks to attach and encourage the digital textile print neighborhood worldwide together with creatives, producers, PSPs, expertise and consumables suppliers, and different print specialists for trend, décor, and furnishings.
Dr. Terrill Clayton, PhD. Founder and Lead Chemist, Summit Analytical Lab
Terry Clayton helps shoppers formulate inks, coatings, constructing supplies, and pharmaceutical compositions. He has developed a number of blockbuster merchandise for corporations throughout a number of industries. Previous to beginning Summit Analytical, Terry was the Director of Ink Improvement for EFI and Vice President at Chromatic Applied sciences the place he developed a deep understanding of textile printing. He has broad experience with inkjet, inks and coatings and their utility to functions akin to pharmaceutical, meals and beverage, and constructing supplies. He has demonstrated success guiding corporations who’re navigating from analog to digital manufacturing.
Elizabeth Gooding, Editor and Co-founder Inkjet Perception
Elizabeth works with a workforce of high analysts to create the instruments, information and content material on InkjetInsight.com. She additionally leads the consulting initiatives of Perception Boards the place she has managed design groups on advanced transaction and junk mail design tasks, chosen outsourcers for main manufacturers and consulted with quite a few print OEMs and their clients. Beforehand, she established the primary CCM Software program-As-Providers platform for Artwork Plus Know-how the place she was President and CEO. Elizabeth was a founding member of the Inkjet Summit Advisory Board and the co-author of an award-winning e-book on designing for inkjet. A curious advisor, she consistently seeks modern methods for printers, entrepreneurs and designers to hone their craft and drive new quantity and functions onto inkjet presses.