The World Textile Information Network (WTiN) is holding the European Digital Textile Conference at Texprocess for the first time, UNM Clothing alongside separate lectures on digital printing in the Texprocess Forum programme. Additionally, the Digital Textile Microfactory will present a textile production chain in action like design, digital printing, etc.
The focus of the conferenc cigarettes Shop e will be on digital textile printing for adding functional and decorative features to technical textiles and will take place on May 10.
The subjects to be covered in the conference include direct yarn colouring in the embroidery plants, plasma pre-treatment for textiles before digital printing and chemical finishing for textiles using inkjet printing technology.
While the Digital Textile Microfactory is being organised in cooperation with the German Institutes of Textile and Fibre Research Denkendorf (DITF) and other textile companies and offers live demonstrations of various processes.
The digital-printing station will show large-scale inkjet printing in the form of sublimation printing on polyester and pigment printing on cotton and blended fabrics. Ensuring optimum printing results at this station are hardware and software partners, Mimaki and Ergosoft, and Coldenhove and Monti Antonio. (AR)