EPSON – SureColor F10070


Nov. 12 • 10:45 AM EST


TIMOTHY CHECK, Sr. Product Manager, Professional Imaging, EPSON


Join Timothy Check from Epson to learn about their latest innovations in High-Production Dye-Sublimation printing. He will talk to you about the breakthrough technologies featured in the new SureColor F10070 Dye-Sublimation print system, including Epson's latest PrecisionCore printheads, high capacity ink system, reliability features that reduce maintenance, and all other features designed to deliver fast production speeds with outstanding sellable quality.


Digital Textile Digital Textile

Across the board, brands are looking for ways to connect with customers, drive trends, and cut costs. How can digital textile printing help? What do these brands really want from their print providers? What is holding them back from switching to digital textile printing over traditional methods? And how can PSPs be the driving force behind the next generation of textile printing?


DENISE GUSTAVSON, Editorial Director - Printing, Napco Media

TERRY COMBS, Sales and Training, Equipment Zone

DAVID E. CLEVENGER, Principal, Parallax Digital Studios Inc.

Digital Textile Digital Textile

Hear about HP's newest product additions, the HP STITCH Portfolio of printers. HP has clearly reinvented dye sub technology for the industry so let’s find out more about it and what it can do for your business and your customers.


TOM WITTENBERG, Industry Relations and Events Manager, HP

JEREMY PILCHER, Americas Textile Printing Solutions Architect, HP - Large Format & Textile

Digital Textile Digital Textile

Kornit’s Presto direct-to-fabric system provides a complete on-demand solution for printing, softening and, drying in a single step. From fashion, baby textiles to home décor, the Presto delivers high-quality prints, vivid colors, and great hand-feel on multiple fabric types.


MATT MEANY, Presales Application Specialist, Kornit Digital

Digital Textile Digital Textile

When it comes to digital textile printing, what is "good enough" color? As more brands begin to venture into digital textile printing and experiment with what the technology can provide - from fashion to home decor and beyond - how can PSPs ensure jobs are always the right color, every time. What factors need to be considered when printing on textiles, and how can color be matched across not only different fabrics, but to other substrates as well?


RAY WEISS, Director of Digital Print Programs, PRINTING United Alliance

JIM RAFFEL, CEO, ColorCasters, LLC

MARY SONG, Print Production and Color Manager, Tectonics, LLC.