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News: Digital Decorating
Kornit Digital Brings ‘Road Show’ to Los Angeles
Kornit Digital Americas, Englewood, N.J., recently announced it will be bringing its “Road Show” event series to Los Angeles with a three-day program to be held Sept. 11-13.
The event will include presentations on how to monetize digital print systems and testimonials from print shops currently using them.
“Bringing these technologies to the print professionals themselves — giving them a chance to observe the process, consult with the engineers and designers, and touch the finished product — makes clear how digital alone answers the demands and challenges they face in today’s on-demand economy,” says Don Whaley, vice president of sales, Kornit Digital Americas. “We offer a more versatile, more environmentally responsible, and ultimately more profitable process to print shops large and small — people who’ve wanted these capabilities for a very long time.”
The Road Show schedule is as follows:
Roll-to-Roll Session – Sept. 11
Observe demonstrations of the newly available Kornit Presto for on-demand, wide-format pigment printing, suited to fashion, accessories and home décor.
DTG Session – Sept. 12
Observe demonstrations of the Kornit Avalanche Poly Pro, the first digital direct-to-garment system built specifically for polyester and poly blends, and Kornit Storm HD6, the brand’s most popular DTG system for efficient, eco-friendly imprinting on multiple fabrics.
DTG Success Session – Sept. 13
Attend workshops on how to start or scale a DTG operation, implement web-to-print production models, explore possible applications via virtual reality experience and more.
Cotton Heritage, Badger Sport and custom-design software provider YR also will be participating.
For more information and to register, click here. — D.S.
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