The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) announces an April 21 webinar titled Digital Printing Color Management and Evaluation.
The webinar starts at 11 a.m. ET, presented by Jiajun Liu, Ph.D., and Lisa Chapman, Ph.D., North Carolina State University. It covers the challenges of digital textile printing like color matching, colorfastness, and quality.
Digital textile printing brings speed to market, short-run capability, low-waste production, high image resolution, and the capability for design features like fine line detail, increased number of colors, photographic type imagery, and freedom from repeats.
This presentation introduces the color management process and quality evaluation methods of digital textile printing, including case studies and applications of testing methods. Hosts will also discuss the challenges and future opportunities of digital textile printing.
Attendees can expect to learn how to create a digital workflow for knit, woven, and printed samples and prototypes; manage color for the knit, woven, and printed sample process; and simulate capabilities for knit design.
Find more information and registration here.