Consumables-Media – Fabric & Textiles
Mimaki USA announced plans to participate in a textile microfactory at Texprocess Americas 2023. Mimaki textile specialists from the Atlanta and LA offices will be on-hand. Featured printers will include the TS100 and TS330 series of dye sublimation printers.
The new factory at Chonburi in Thailand, a greenfield site developed for world-class manufacturing, boasts a number of high-tech innovations. Additional UFabrik management, sales, and marketing teams for the U.S. have been appointed.
Orbus Exhibit & Display Group announced it was recently awarded PPAI’s Silver Pyramid Award for “Supplier Decorating – the Print on Textile” category for the 2023 Pyramid Award Competition.
Advances in lower-cost LED lighting, printable fabrics, cutting systems, and silicon-edge graphic (SEG) displays have made it possible to include backlit graphics nearly everywhere.
Ronen Samuel, CEO of Kornit Digital, kicked off the “Future of Print and Personalization” keynote at PRINTING United by acknowledging that although the fashion/textile industry is old, it’s now rapidly transforming.
The idea of being a lean printer might be a myth. If not a myth, than a misconception. Whether you primarily focus on screen printing or digital printing, the meaning of “lean” in your business relates to resources less than it does about time.
Durst has set a milestone in the field of sublimation printing with the launch of the P5 TEX iSUB for soft signage and fabric printing.
Apparelist’s Cassie Green joined the podcast for a special episode highlighting the apparel community at PRINTING United Expo.
The collection was created sustainably, quickly, and on-demand with Kornit’s digital fashion and textile production solutions.
Fisher Textiles introduced GF 5300 Waterfall, a dye sub-printable canopy tent fabric.