Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced that Orleans, France-based Brodelec has installed the country’s first-ever Kornit Presto S system for roll-to-roll, pigment-based digital textile printing. This installation will enable the multiservice marking brand to expand their business further into customized décor and on-demand fashion.

Michael Crook sits in the quiet eye of the storm. Commercial Director at CMYUK for the last six years, he is responsible for the consumables side of the business. As such, he is both a witness to the growth in proliferation of digital wide-format textile applications, and an active enabler in the adoption of these by print service providers and non-traditional businesses beyond.

The report "Large Format Printer Market by Offering (Printers, RIP software, Services), Printing Technology (Inkjet, Laser), Ink Type (Aqueous, Solvent, UV Cured, Latex, Dye Sublimation), Print Width, Application, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", was worth USD 8.7 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 11.4 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4% from 2019 to 2025.

DGI set to introduce two new textile printers to their current portfolio after the successful product launch at ITMA Barcelona of Poseidon & Apollon.

TOPPAN Printing Co., Ltd. (TOPPAN) has signed an agreement with Wrede Industrieholding GmbH & Co. KG (WREDE) to acquire 100% of Interprint GmbH (Interprint). It is expected that the transaction will be consummated by the end of 2019 as soon as merger control proceedings have been completed.

The FESPA Awards 2020 are now open to print service providers (PSPs) and sign-makers looking to highlight their outstanding examples of print.

Grafityp has added a number of wall decoration films to their Grafiprint range quite a while ago, amongst which two structured polymeric films (P230HT "LINO" and P231HT "SMERIGLIO"). Today Grafityp are adding a third structured polymeric film to this range, referenced P232HT "WOOD".

At this year’s FESPA show, Sentec products will be demonstrated and showcased across the show.

Roland DG Corporation, a leading supplier of digital print technologies with more than 35 years’ manufacturing expertise, is showcasing brand new and exciting solutions at FESPA Global Print Expo 2019. The award-winning new TrueVIS VG2 Series printer/cutters and VersaUV LEF2-200 UV-LED printer will be demonstrated live on the Roland DG booth (Hall A5 Booth H10). In addition, the booth will feature Roland’s most extensive portfolio of innovative technologies, reflecting the digital print pioneer’s industry-leading role as a key player across a broad range of markets, including sign, textile & décor, industrial and retail.

Antalis will be bringing an après ski feel to this year’s Sign & Digital UK event, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from 2-4 April 2019, by welcoming visitors to a stunning Alpine inspired stand showcasing some of the latest media trends, hardware capabilities and training solutions.

CMYUK and the talented designer Hazel Carruthers work together to demonstrate the powerful combination of talent and technology at Sign & Digital UK 2019.

Expect some new products on the Epson stand at FESPA 2019 in Munich this May. Epson will also be showcasing a selection of students’ design work in the décor and furnishings on the stand.

Key products to feature in live demonstrations include solutions from 3M, for which the company is the largest UK stockist and distributor, Avery Dennison, Cover Styl’ and Squid.

Industry professionals and local business owners gathered yesterday evening for the Digital Décor Opportunity workshop, hosted by Richard Morris, Managing Director of Signs Express Bournemouth.

Home Décor textiles are used for home furnishing such as curtains, wall covers, covers, table cloths etc. and these textiles are taking on human desire and strive for better adobe with good in-house ambience and comfort levels. They comprise of wide range of functional as well as decorative items or products used for the decoration of our homes. Textile home furnishing fabrics are made strong and durable by blending them. Some of the most commonly used fabrics are Silk, Wool, Cotton, Jute etc. They are attractive, durable and washable. Most common Home Décor products include Bed sheets, Pillow covers, Cushion and cushion covers, Carpets and rugs, Wall hangings, Table cloth, Doormats etc.

Potsdam-based signage and décor specialist, Print1, became one of the first Canon customers in Europe to install Océ Touchstone following its launch in May 2018 and is already realising the benefits of being able to deliver high value textured applications. The company, a long-standing Océ Arizona flatbed user, was looking to differentiate its services from larger competitors in the greater Berlin area, and to expand its product portfolio with more unique and customised applications.

A newly formed company with a well-established inkjet heritage has chosen to develop its new inkjet print systems with the Xaar 5601 printhead, whose full commercialisation Xaar is currently celebrating at InPrint 2018.

Ricoh USA, Inc. have unveiled a new wide-format flatbed printer designed to deliver a broad set of applications for the sign, graphics and décor markets. The RICOH Pro TF6250 puts unmatched productivity within reach for sign shops and commercial printers alike due to its impressive print speeds, one-touch automated daily maintenance and diverse substrate flexibility. At a time when customers expect high quality and fast turnaround, this flatbed delivers both in an intuitive way that allows operators to hit the ground running and produce high impact products for their customers.

HP, at SGIA 2018, will demonstrate new large format printing solutions and technologies designed to create new business opportunities for sign, banner, display, and wall décor printers with high-value applications.

For the first time ever, visitors to Maison & Objet (M&O), will be able to see first-hand how they can create high-quality wallcoverings using digital print technology.

With any innovative technology, it can initially take time before we recognise and acknowledge its full potential. Think about the introduction of the iPad in 2010. At the time, everyone wondered what they would do with such an oversized iPhone, but since then, more than 350 million iPads have been sold — a multiple of that of tablet computers from other brands. In 2010, it was difficult to recognise the broad number of uses for the tablet, and in 2018, we see the same thing in digital printing for decoration of homes and businesses. The essence of the technology is clear, but what can you actually use it for? Focusing on a few inspiring examples of innovative digital print applications has the ability to drive a revolution in the field of interior decoration. Here are five tips to get you started.

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