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Latest in textile printing on showcase at FESPA China
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Nov '14
FESPA organisers say visitors to FESPA China & CSGIA 2014 will find many exhibitors and conference sessions, which will focus on textile printing.

FESPA China opens its doors from November 19-21, at the Guangzhou Pazhou Poly World Trade Centre, Guangzhou, China.

The trade show will showcase latest trends and applications across both, screen and digital textile printing technologies.

The first of the seminars on opening day titled ‘Digital Print Fabric – Investigations and Experiences’ will be presented by Mark Gervais, Director of Screen Print at Ningbo Shenzhou Knitting.

The seminar will focus on the innovation and development of textile printing between 12:30 and 13:30.

Following Mark Gervais, is Song Haiyang, Manager at Epson China, who will look at the application of micro jet textile printing.

Rong Hua, Marketing Manager at Shanghai HK Digital Tech follows Haiyang at 14:30 who will look at the development of cut-parts digital printing.

The textile printing conference will conclude with Xin Guohua, CEO of Human Digital Tech at 15:40. Guohua will discuss the application of digital printing on ceramics and for interior decoration.

Globally renowned screen printer, Charlie Taublieb will host interactive t-shirt screen printing workshops throughout the exhibition.

The feature will help textile printers to master a variety of garment screen printing techniques and special effects, giving visitors the chance to print their own design.

Exhibitors participating at the event include, Cham Group, Chemica, J-Teck, Kiian, Kornit Digital, MHM, Monti Antonio, MS Srl, Prodecran, Reggiani and Siser.

Founded in 1962, FESPA is a global federation of 37 member associations for the screen printing, digital printing and textile printing community.

FESPA’s dual aim is to promote screen printing and digital imaging and to share knowledge about screen and digital printing with its members across the world. (AR)

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