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TVF – Endless Possibilities for the Home Decor Market

PRESENTERS

MIKE SANDERS, Director of Printable Textiles & Finishing Technology, TVF

BRIAN VIEWEG, Home Textiles Program Manager, TVF

SUMMARY

Did you know: the dye sublimation print market is expected to more than double across the next five years. Household fabrics will take up at least eight percent of that market. Today’s consumer looks for eye-catching fabric that can withstand the wear and tear of daily life and make a personal statement. This creates an amazing opportunity for printers and designers alike. Join TVF as they discuss those opportunities and present newly developed fabric options to make it all possible.

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Industrial Industrial

Andy Paparozzi covers how sales and confidence are trending for industrial printers, which products they expect to  grow, and how they plan to build competitive advantage.

PRESENTERS

ANDY PAPAROZZI, Chief Economist, PRINTING United Alliance

Industrial Industrial

Industrial printing is one of the most misunderstood yet exciting sectors of print. In this session, NAPCO’s Steve Duccilli will interview longtime industrial printing consultant Ray Greenwood to find out more about this fascinating field and the staggering range of applications where the print doesn’t just decorate the product but serves an integral, functional purpose. They’ll also explore how convergence is coming to industrial printing, albeit in a distinct way, and what printers from other backgrounds should consider before jumping into industrial markets.

PRESENTERS

STEVE DUCCILLI, Vice-President/Brand Director, Wide-Format and Industrial Printing, Napco Media

RAY GREENWOOD, Private Consultant and Contractor ,

Industrial Industrial

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.

PRESENTERS

TOM WITTENBERG, Industry Relations and Events Manager, HP

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

Industrial Industrial

Typically, industrial printing takes place within manufacturing facilities that are far removed from the printing industry. Could that be changing? In this session, you'll learn about two traditional printing companies from completely different backgrounds that have recently carved out unique niches in the industrial space. Find out what you may -- or may not -- be able to apply to your strategy from their fascinating journeys.

PRESENTERS

STEVE DUCCILLI, Vice-President/Brand Director, Wide-Format and Industrial Printing, Napco Media

CRAIG MILLER, Owner, Pictographics

JAMES LEE, Director, Innovation Solutions Group, Innovation Solutions Group, Jones Healthcare Group

Industrial Industrial

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.

PRESENTERS

MATT MEANY, Presales Application Specialist, Kornit Digital

Industrial Industrial

Pumps are used to move ink around the ink delivery system. Smooth and reliable ink flow is essential to deliver the consistent high-quality print output required by the inkjet industry. If pulsation exists it can result in undesirable pressure fluctuations at the printhead and changes in the flow of ink throughout the system. Pulsation can also damage sensitive inks, cause higher energy consumption, and result in more wear and tear on system components. Working together with specialists in the inkjet industry, KNF engineers have developed low-pulsation, smooth-flow pump technology for ink delivery systems. This presentation further discusses why pulsation is an issue, compares the new technology to traditional diaphragm and gear pumps, and the applicability of the new technology to inkjet printing.

PRESENTERS

DAVE HOWARD, Business Development Manager , KNF Neuberger Inc

Industrial Industrial

The industrial market has been of interest to inkjet developers going back to the 1980s, yet only one application (ceramic tile) has truly flipped from analog to digital print processes in that time. Why has progress in the industrial space been incremental, what obstacles must be overcome, and which applications have the most potential? Join Napco Media’s Steve Duccilli as he conducts a panel discussion with two experts to discuss the segment and its future.

PRESENTERS

STEVE DUCCILLI, Vice-President/Brand Director, Wide-Format and Industrial Printing, Napco Media

DEBBIE THORP, Business Development Director, Global Inkjet Systems

STEPHANIE LERETTE, Account Manager, FUJIFILM Dimatix