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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Silicone Edge Graphics webinar set for June 2
As an IFAI member-exclusive benefit, the Fabrics Graphics Association will host a Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG) webinar on Thursday, June 2 at 10 a.m. CDT. The one hour webinar will provide an overview of the types of applications, intricacies and equipment used in SEGs. By attending you will: • Learn how SEGs are used in …
Q-Lab launches new Q-PANEL CX corrosion coupons
Q-Lab Corporation, a global provider of material durability testing products, has launched new Q-PANEL CX corrosion coupons, also known as mass loss coupons. Corrosion coupons are standardized steel panels used as reference specimens in corrosion testing. They serve as independent test monitoring devices and help to verify the rate of corrosion in corrosion chambers. Q-PANEL …
Teijin Frontier establishes subsidiary in the Americas
Teijin Group’s fiber-products converting company, Teijin Frontier Co., has established Teijin Frontier Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Mexico City as its automotive material subsidiary in the Americas. Sales and marketing activities are scheduled to begin in July 2016. The company plans to manufacture and sell materials for auto manufacturing and serve as headquarters for the …
An intelligent ecosystem
Last Friday (April 22), I’d meant to wear my original “Earth Day” button, purchased in 1970 as a callow youth in Morris, Minn.; but as a jaded professional in Minneapolis, Minn., I remembered to grab earrings but left the button sitting next to one that says “CTHULHU FOR PRESIDENT: If you’re tired of voting for …
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