Kornit’s customer base in China includes renowned brands such as JNBY, Lilianz, JoeOne and Seven Brand. Many Chinese Kornit users produce high-margin fashion pieces digitally, either for their own distribution or for leading brands around the globe, benefitting from the current trends affecting the textile supply chain: mass customization, direct-to-consumer sales models, drastically reduced delivery times, and a strong influence of social media on buying decisions. Typical products produced with the help of Kornit’s industrial-grade technology are jeans, pants, socks, stockings, footwear and functional sportswear.
From Rembrandt to Van Gogh, from Modigliani to Cézanne, Lecta invites us to experience 2018 hand in hand with 12 artists who portray the subtlety, strength, sensitivity, modesty and power of something as difficult to draw and as expressive as the human hand.
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) is currently accepting applications through April 30, 2018, for its annual scholarship program in conjunction with the Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation (SGIF). With the continued support of donations from endowment investors and industry leaders, the program will now award $2,000 to 15 students, an increase in recipients from 2017.
HP at Heimtextil 2018, has unveiled a new collection of digitally printed interiors in designer curated rooms, each serving a specific purpose, as HP continues to grow digital décor printing opportunities for print service providers and creative possibilities for designers.
Following a worldwide agreement recently concluded between Graphtec Corporation in Japan and major global software specialist SAi, all Graphtec cutters supplied to the UK and Ireland sign and graphics, print service providers, digital printing and print wear and promotional products sectors by Graphtec GB will now be available as standard with a choice of three newly created software packages. Based on the hugely popular FlexiSIGN family of design and production software, they comprise the Graphtec Pro Studio, Graphtec Pro Studio Plus and Cutting Master 4 programs that collectively deliver a host of new design and production enhancements.
Print Media Centr (PMC), the provider of printspiration and resources for Print and Marketing professionals, expands its mission with the launch of Podcasts from The Printerverse providing free access to print technology education and to share strategies for print business success.
Graphic Printing Technologies has announced two Open Day events in January. The first on Wednesday 24th January (10-5pm) will be held at Hybrid Services’ offices in Crewe and will focus on the recent launch of the new UCJV range of UV print and cut machines from Mimaki. The event will also feature exclusive show offers on many other machines from the Mimaki range, including the JFX200 UV and the UJF range.