Texintel’s Debbie Mckeegan Speaks at AATCC Digital Textile Conference In North Carolina
The AATTC (The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) have combined with SGIA to present:
The Digital Textile Printing Conference 3.0
December 5–6, at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Durham, North Carolina.
The conference will explore the key trends and technology developments that are bringing the market for digitally-printed textiles to life — from economics to ink.
AATCC have gathered some of the biggest names in the industry together to cover the latest industry trends, the newest digital textile ink and printing technology developments, key market drivers, global market conditions, colour management and workflow developments, design software, digital manufacturing and integration, micro factories and much more...
Texintels’ Debbie McKeegan will be speaking on the first day on “Designing for Digital Textile Printing” where she will be plotting the Journey from design to production using Industry examples from both Fashion and Interiors, alongside designer showcases, and her own work.
Debbie will demonstrate the challenges faced and conquered by the design Industry. Whilst also discussing the implications of print on demand for creatives across multiple media for multiple Industries.
She will also look to the future, and the de-skilling of the textile industry by the application of automated functions within the designer workflow.
Design remains a creative but highly automated function within the Supply Chain, and as the necessary software develops, the complexity of the designer’s role continues to evolve
Explore the key trends and technology developments that are bringing the market for digitally-printed textiles to life — from economics to ink — at the Digital Textile Printing Conference 3.0
Hear the facts from the Industries key experts.
Join us to connect with industry colleagues and experts, network with businesses similar to yours, gain valuable knowledge to stay ahead of your competitors…
…at the Digital Textile Printing Conference Version 3.0.