Jos Notermans: SPG Prints
SPG PRINTS has a long history in textile printing, founded in 1947 and originally known as Stork Prints the company first entered the textile market in 1953 with a flat-bed textile printing machine. In 1963 SPG Prints launched the ground breaking RD-1, together with the world’s first seamless circular screen.
For the first time, high speed textile printing was possible and its these innovations that were the foundations, thus enabling mass production across the globe. In 1991 SPG Prints launched the first digital textile printing machine - that was just the beginning of three decades of digital innovations that would lead us to where we are today as the digital textile sector expands to challenge rotary production. In this podcast we discuss the journey to Digital and the future of hybrid production with Jos Notermans.
The Next Challenge for Digital Textile Printing – A review of FESPA keynote at TPS 2022
Debbie McKeegan shares key trends and market shifts that were featured in her presentation at the Digital Textile Printing and Sustainability 2022 conference held in Dusseldorf. Debbie details the importance for the print industry to incorporate sustainability into their business.
The ECO STORIES Textile challenge to feature at GREEN GRADS London
The GREEN GRADS Textile Challenge is proud to present ECO STORIES told in pattern on cloth by breakthrough UK talent. Sponsored by Epson, FESPA, Prinfab and Imageco ltd new graduates from art schools across the country were invited by GREEN GRADS to submit a portfolio with patterns that reflect their environmental concerns and/or love of the natural world, taking into account eco-friendly textiles, dyes, and methods of production.
Analysing the opportunities for growth in 3D print
Are there opportunities for traditional printing companies in the 3D print market, and if so, how should they go about taking on such work? Rob Fletcher speaks with some of the leading names in this sector to find out.