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Aurora shows fabrics at Digital Textiles Printing forum
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Aurora
Courtesy: Aurora
Aurora, a global leader in coating, dyeing, and finishing of both woven and non-woven fabrics, displayed its expressions semi-gloss and matte products, along with accent knit fabrics, at the IT supplies networking reception held in cooperation with the Digital Textiles Printing US 2018 conference. The conference was held on June 7 and 8, in Chicago.

Organised by Smithers Pira, Digital Textiles Printing US 2018 took a close look at advances in the industry as well as the future of textile digital printing. Presentations included topics on workflow management, colour management, new inks, new printing technologies, sustainability, and the impact of new advances in the digital printing of textiles for home décor and soft signage applications.

At the IT supplies networking reception, several of Aurora’s printable textiles were used by printers to demonstrate their printing technologies. This included Aurora’s popular expressions canvas products, which were being printed on Canon’s new Oce´ Colorado UV printer and HP’s 360 latex printer. Meanwhile, Aurora’s Accent Soft Knit 5 was being printed in a dye sub transfer demonstration.

Marcia Ayala, vice president of Aurora said, “It was a great forum to network with others and learn about challenges and new technologies in the industry. The growth in printable textiles was consistently reported as double-digit per year, and soft signage is a significant part of that growth.” (GK)

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