Colour management in printing on non-paper substrates using wide-format printing.
Host: Barbieri Electronic
Venue: Durst HQ, Via Julius-Durst, 4, 39042 Bressanone, Italy
In this meeting, industry experts will address a wide range of topics with a focus on colour management of printing on textiles, signage, ceramics, floor coverings and other non-paper substrates.
There will also be a panel discussion on current problems in colour management. Your input is welcome!
Refreshments, lunch and a post-event reception are provided. Attendance at the meeting is free, but numbers of participants are limited, so register as soon as possible.
All talks are in English (no translation service provided)
Hans Peter Schneeberger, Prepress-digital
Markus Barbieri, Barbieri Electronic
- Introduction to ICC colour management
William Li, Kodak
- Converting instrument readings into visual plausible colour measurements
Andreas Kraushaar, Fogra
- Advanced color management workflow for inkjet applications
Dietmar Fuchs, Colorlogic
- Textile color management
Max Derhak, Onyx Graphics
- Color workflow challenges for dye-sublimation textile printing
Marco Roos, Color-Concepts
- RIP solutions for functional and decorative applications
Arnaud Fabre, Caldera
- Colour management for day/night (backlight off/on) backlit applications
- Textile printing workflow
Steven Harnie, Printrix
- Challenges in n-colour printing
William Li, Kodak
- Smart and dynamic profiling for non-paper productions
Jurgen Seitz, GMG
- Measurement solutions for signage and digital textile printing
Markus Barbieri, Barbieri
- Measurement challenges and solutions for non-paper substrates
Ray Cheydleur, X-Rite
- Measurement of hollow-ware and DCP (direct to container printing)
Oliver Kammann and Jochen Christiaens
- Measuring in ISO 13655 M3 mode or transparency
James Vogh, X-Rite
- The measurement and profiling of special materials: glass, leather, laminates, etc: problems and solutions, practical experiences
Andrea DeRossi, Tecnologie Grafiche
- Measurement of 3D textile features
Michele Conni, Barbieri
Getting to Bressanone
Arrival by car:
From the North take the Brenner motorway via Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass (exit Bressanone-Nord/Val Pusteria) and follow the signs to Bressanone.
From the South leave the Brenner motorway in Chiusa/Val Gardena and then continue northbound on the national road for approx. 15 km
Arrival by train:
All IC and EC trains on the Innsbruck - Brenner- Verona line stop in Bressanone.
Arrival by plane:
Bressanone's closest airports are Innsbruck-Austria to the north, Venice and Verona to the south. Additional airports in the area include: Munich-Germany, Treviso, Bergamo and Milan. Direct flights to Bolzano airport are currently not available.
A complete hotel list for Bressanone can be found here