For the third year in a row, Global Imaging hosted almost 40 key industry leaders, manufacturers’ reps and owners of some of the nation’s largest and mid-size printing companies at its Workflow Studio VIP event where it demonstrated top-of-the-line products from pre-press to finishing, and the latest innovations in printing technologies. The featured products included the PrinterEvolution Evo33 DS transfer textile printer, Neo DS series of commercial digital textile printers with onboard sublimation unit, the new PrinterEvolution Eos126 DS industrial printer with onboard sublimation unit, the Novus Synergia H/UV printer with the new Warp Engine, the Monti Antonio Calender, the Zünd G3 flatbed cutter, MillerWeldmaster welders, Caldera Grand+RIP software and Barbieri Spectro color management technologies. Global also introduced its newest product, the Impulsa line of Synchromatic industrial sewing machines and accessories.
The day-long event included a series of presentations by Global CEO Greg Lamb on equipment advances, industry trends especially in digital textile printing, finishing and workflow automation, followed by live demonstrations of the equipment in action. A roundtable discussion at the end of the day allowed guests to address concerns and share common business practices.
“We enjoy this opportunity to give our customers and potential customers a personalized experience that addresses their particular business needs and innovations in the industry. It enables us to give them solution-based guidance and support while these industry leaders get the chance to network and learn more about our products and services,” Lamb said.
The next Workflow Studio VIP event will be held on September 10-11 with a targeted focus on digital textile printing from file prep to sewing and everything in-between.