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Webinar on high performance textile pigment inks

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Feb '20
Digital printing is driving innovation in textile printing for fashion, apparel, home furnishings and soft signage markets. With the advantages of inkjet technology, the textile-apparel industry is now gearing up to adopt better process choices to help reduce environmental footprint growth while maintaining high printing quality and productivity.

A live webinar titled ‘High Performance Textile Pigment Inks for Sustainable Digital Printing’ is scheduled on March 12, 2020 at 7:00 am EST. Eric Beyeler, global marketing manager-Inks at DuPont is going to be the presenter for the webinar that will focus on achieving brilliantly coloured textile prints, sustainably with long lasting appeal.

DuPont is an expert in digital printing with a 25-year experience and expertise in dispersion, pigment and polymer science.

The webinar will throw light on topics related to dispersions and inks tailored to roll-to-roll (RTR) applications for jetting reliability, durability, high colour and image quality.

The agenda for the webinar includes achieving lower environmental footprint and improve customer experience, getting batch to batch consistency for dependable repeatability, the implementation of dispersion technology that enables higher pigment loads and print quality, achieving superior light colour fastness and finally the application of digital printing in helping high-volume printing applications and different printheads.

Click here to register for the webinar

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