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SGIA’s 2018 Textile Printing conference open for proposals

The 2018 Digital Textile Printing Conference, which will be held on December 5 and 6, 2018, in Durham, North Carolina, US, is now open for presentation proposals. The conference, which is now in its third year, is co-sponsored by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC).

The conference highlights innovations in the digital textile printing industry, giving attendees insight into where the market is now and where it is headed to. The Digital Textile Printing Conference is a leader in delivering cutting-edge content to digital textile printers, and its presenters receive a prestigious platform to lead the charge as the industry changes.

Presentations will focus on one topic areas from global market conditions and economic forecast, latest business and technological developments, textile finishing, cut-and-sew, automation in digital textile manufacturing, digitally printed textile test methods, and digital transformation and its influence on the supply chain. Sessions will be seminar-style and 45 minutes long, in a single- or multiple-speaker format.

Johnny Shell, vice president of print technology and training, SGIA said, “This conference has seen phenomenal success and growth in its previous two years, and we are even more excited about this year. I am confident that this year’s presenters will be pivotal in providing attendees the most crucial, need-to-know information about this ever-changing segment.

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