Kornit Digital Europe will run a ‘Pigment Power Day’ at its showroom in Dusseldorf on 23 November for textile printing professionals who want to learn about the possibilities of pigment printing with the Kornit Allegro roll-to-roll system.
During the event Kornit will demonstrate live production of tailor-made textile accessories, based on the company’s Allegro and Cut workflow. Visitors will also be able to see the Allegro printing with Kornit’s new neon ink, which is currently in beta and slated for commercial availability from the beginning of 2018.
The keynote at this open house will be delivered by Kornit’s VP of product strategy, Omer Kulka - an expert on textile production and the supply chain. Other speakers include: Allegro user Mariano Dias from Blur, a Portuguese fashion printer; Zund, workflow and software partners and fabric suppliers.