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Fespa launches new live virtual events


Fespa has introduced a new series of live virtual events aimed at helping printers plan effectively for their business recovery.

Known as Fespa Innovations and Trends (FIT), these new interactive live online events are each themed around a particular area of technology and applications, giving visitors a focused environment to engage with new products and explore trends.

The first event, Wide Format, will take place from 26-27 May 2021. The event will be focussing on wide format graphics and the evolving printed décor market. It will also showcase innovations from a range of leading technology, software and substrate suppliers.

The Gold sponsors for the event include: Durst, highlighting its latest P5 portfolio; EFI, showcasing its new EFI Vutek Q5; HP, showing its new Latex 700 and 800 portfolios; Kornit Digital, explaining how printers can harness its NeoPigment inks; Mimaki, presenting its new 100 series of UV, solvent and sublimation printers; OneVision, highlighting its end-to-end automation suite; and PrintFactory, discussing the benefits of using correct workflow and colour management tools.

Other participating suppliers include Ahlstrom-Munksjö, Aleph, Aslan, Avery Dennison, Dataline, Elitron, Fotoba, Hanglory, Kala, Klieverik, Kongsberg, Mactac, Mutoh, Pigment.Inc, PLASTGommet, Pongs, STS Inks and TTS.

The second event, Printed Clothing, will be conducted from 9-10 June 2021. It will focus on the textile printing and garment decoration sector, covering direct-to-garment (DTG), screen printing, software and materials.

Gold sponsors for the second event include: B-FLEX, showcasing its growing heat transfer vinyl portfolio; EFI Reggiani, introducing its integrated offering for digital textile production; Gemini CAD, highlighting its software solutions for fashion designers, manufacturers and e-commerce brands; Kornit Digital, presenting the latest Kornit HD industrial DTG printers; Polyprint, presenting its DTG & Direct-to-fabric printers and pre-treatment machines; PrintFactory, highlighting its suite of textile software tools; Roland, introducing a new compact DTG printer; and ROQ, showing its latest innovations in automatic screen printing and hybrid printing.

Other exhibitors include technology suppliers such as INO, Klieverik, Lotus Holland, Melco, Pigment.Inc, Sport PrintLab, Vastex, and customised software solution provider Zakeke, and transfer film producer Coveme.