The Fabric Graphics Association (FGA) represents fabric graphics and printing companies. FGA provides educational resources for fabric graphics members, hosts workshops to demonstrate best practices hands-on, analyzes and shares industry trends with its membership, and brings member companies together to build business. The Fabric Graphics Association provides a network to exchange information, solve common problems and develop mutually beneficial relationships.
FGA is a division of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI), a trade association comprised of member companies representing the global specialty fabrics and advanced textiles marketplace. IFAI invests more than $8 million each year to advance the fabrics industry and support member companies.
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Sensient Imaging Technologies announces launch of Ultra Black ink
Sensient Imaging Technologies S.A. announced the launch of the Ultra Black version of Sensient® Xennia® Amethyst™, a digital textile printing ink for cotton and viscose. The Sensient Xennia Amethyst range of digital textile inks is designed for high performance production of cotton and viscose apparel and homeware textiles. It is compatible with high production digital …
Wasatch SoftRIP TX wins SGIA’s Product of the Year Award
Wasatch Computer Technology, a RIP and print management software company, took home SGIA’s 2015 Product of the Year Award in the category “Roll- to-Roll Dye Sublimation on Textile for RIP Software” for its SoftRIP TX. Wasatch’s SoftRIP TX has all the functionality of the SoftRIP and is specifically designed for digital textile printing. The 16-bit …
AFHA petitions CPSC to adopt California upholstered furniture standard
American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) petitioned the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on Oct. 30 to adopt the upholstered furniture performance standards and flammability test methods prescribed by California’s Technical Bulletin 117-2013. The petition, filed on behalf of a Joint Industry Coalition, proposes that the standards and test methods in TB 117-2013 be adopted …
IFAI, Dept. of Commerce to host smart fabrics summit
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced it will partner with the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) to host the first-ever Smart Fabrics Summit on April 4, 2016 in Washington, D.C. The Summit will provide a forum for public and private sector leaders in technology, apparel and textiles to highlight recent developments in the smart fabrics …
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