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Workshop on Digital Textile Printing in Surat on Aug 2-3
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Inkjet Forum India has chosen Surat for the Inkjet India Workshop 2013. The workshop on Digital Textile Printing will be held on August 2-3, 2013 at The Gateway Athwalines, Surat and will be co-presented by MS srl & Fujifilm Dimatix. 
 
The Inkjet India workshop is designed to be a series of educational events to be held all over India focused on providing training to the various stakeholders involved in the Digital Textile & Industrial Inkjet areas. 
 
Inkjet India Workshop 2013 will mainly focus on: 
 
Color Management /RIP Software – 
A detailed step by step look at all aspects of RIP software usage - Profiling, Separated workflow, photographic printing, Usage of ICC profiles and much more.
 
Printhead & Printer Maintenance – 
The printhead is the most critical component of your printer and one of the most delicate. Most print quality problems are a direct result of improper care of the printhead. A consumable that wears over time, much like the brakes on your car, it requires proper installation and ongoing maintenance to ensure a long life of service for your printer.
 
Ink & Pre-treatment chemistry – 
Digital printing of textiles with dye based inks require pretreatment and post-treatment of the printed fabric for full color and durability. The chemicals in the fabric coating permit reaction of the dye with the fiber during post-processing. Choosing the right ink chemistry is also very important for each application. This session will provide you the required technical know-how
 
Management Change – 
The move from conventional printing to digital requires change in management and marketing mindset for a textile mill or for a conventional printing setup. We also focus on the issues related to management change.
 
Innovative applications of Digital Textile Printing – 
Digital textile printing technologies have led to significant shifts in design processes and print aesthetics, and introduced new modes of application, production, distribution and consumption. Within a design education context, the challenge presented by these developments lies not only in the practicalities of up-skilling staff and developing new print design curricula, but in finding new ways of engaging students and researchers in emerging and profoundly different ways of working.
 
 

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