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Recorded April 21, 2021
This presentation will introduce the color management process and quality evaluation methods of digital textile printing. Case studies and applications of testing methods will be shown. The challenge and future opportunities of digital textile printing will be discussed.Learning Outcomes:How to create a digital workflow for knit, woven and printed, samples and prototypesHow to manage color for the knit, woven, and printed sample processSimulation capabilities for knit design
About the Speakers
Jiajun Liu, PhD, North Carolina State University, obtained a PhD degree in Textile Technology Management from NC State University in 2020. Prior to joining NC State, she obtained a Masters degree in Apparel Engineering and a Bachelors degree in Physics in China. Her research focuses on color management and quality control and improvement in digital printing. She is a firm believer and advocate in sustainable technologies such as digital printing and their applications in textile industry. She is an active member of the AATCC and was a recipient of the AATCC Foundation Research Support Grant in 2019.
Lisa P Chapman, PhD, Associate Professor, North Carolina State University, is University Faculty Scholar, Director of Graduate Programs, and an Associate Professor in Textile and Apparel Technology and Management at NC State University. Dr. Chapman's research focuses on digital design technologies that aid the transition from design to manufacturing. Expertise in this area allows application of specialized knowledge to a broad spectrum of research such as integral knitting; digital printing; color calibration; CAD process modeling; 3D simulation of knitted, printed and woven fabrics; rapid prototyping; mass customization; and sustainable product design.