EFI Enhances Reggiani BOLT Single-Pass Industrial Digital Textile Printer

Here’s a surprising statistic: As of June 2021, the current installed base of EFI™ Reggiani BOLT industrial digital textile printers have printed more than 50 million linear meters of fabric worldwide. The printer made its worldwide debut in November, 2018.

With recent enhancements to the BOLT’s hardware and software, EFI Reggiani executives believe the Reggiani BOLT is well-positioned to make an even greater impact on the textile manufacturing industry.

EFI Reggiani Bolt printer
The EFI Reggiani BOLT is a 1.8 meter-wide (70.8 inches) single-pass industrial digital textile printer that uses water-based inks to print high-quality designs on a variety of fabric types at record-breaking speeds of up to 295 feet per minute (90 meters per minute). It is the first digital textile printer to receive the Printing United Alliance InterTech™ Award for advanced print technology innovations.

Rationale for Upgrade

The enhancements will help advance the adoption of digital printing as a sustainable replacement for analog textile dyeing procedures that make textile manufacturing the second-largest polluting industry in the world.

“With the industry’s top speed and now the delivery of even higher print quality, the EFI Reggiani BOLT can help spur a revolution in textile printing,” explained EFI Reggiani Senior Vice President and General Manager Adele Genoni. Thanks to the printer’s superior throughput, reliability, and uptime, she believe the Reggiani BOLT can help migrate more production to digital technology while ensuring the fastest return on investment on high-volume work.

“The time for single-pass technology is now with this best-in-class, sustainable, high-quality and high-throughput digital textile print solution.” Genoni adds, “With the BOLT’s new enhancements, the economic cross-over point between analog and digital printing of fabrics is lower than ever before,”

Upgrade Feature in Reggiani BOLT

Below are some of the enhancements that are the industrial digital textile printer’s overall performance, printing quality, uniformity, and increased user friendliness

  • Dedicated color profile creation on the newest EFI Fiery BT-1000 digital front end (DFE) that drives the printer. This feature delivers more intense tones and improves the capabilities for matching existing color profiles commonly used in digital textile printing.
  • Increased file processing speed of up to 200% for large, complex files will improve overall productivity.
  • Technology to compensate for missing nozzles that may occur over time will minimize artifacts, enhance uniformity, and deliver smoother solid colors.
  • Integration of a new digital camera provides precise, consistent print results and shortens the time for printhead replacement and alignment
  • An enhanced user interface (based on EFI Fiery Command WorkStation® 6.0) makes it easier for operators to manage print jobs.
  • A Fiery Smart Ink Estimator can affect job profitability by accurately calculating ink costs prior to printing the job.

About EFI Regianni

In 2021, EFI Reggiani celebrates 75 years of heritage, innovation and glamour in the textile world. Since the creation of the first Reggiani Textile Printer in 1946, the company has become the trusted partner for integrated, scalable solutions for the entire textile process – from yarn treatment to fabric printing and finishing.

“Textile has been in our DNA since the beginning,” said EFI Reggiani General Manager Adele Genoni. “We are always moving to the next level, thinking ahead and developing high-tech, quality and reliable products as well as new textile industry solutions and processes. We are proud of achieving this 75 years of innovation milestone.”

“We are also pleased to be a part of the success of so many global textile manufacturers and apparel brands over the past seven decades and into the future,” she added. “We have very close relationships with our customers, and the collaboration we have together allow us to develop groundbreaking new technologies. The three new printers we are launching this year speak to the legacy and expertise for solutions that have made our technologies a benchmark of productivity and quality.”

Reggiani Tessile – which was one of the largest fabric manufacturing companies in Italy – created the Reggiani Macchine company to meet its needs in machinery development.

The company started a new chapter in the early 2000s with the introduction of digital printing technology to their product range.

In 2015, Reggiani Macchine joined the Electronics For Imaging (EFI) family. Since then, the company, based in Bergamo, Italy, has accelerated its mission in driving the transformation of analog to digital imaging in the textile segment.

EFI Reggiani’s product portfolio has continued to expand. In addition to the single-pass Reggiani BOLT, EFI Reggiani products include rotary and flatbed printing machines as well as scanning/multi-pass digital textile printers.

The company has also substantially advanced its ink offerings, becoming a recognized leader as one of the only manufacturers of a full range of inks used in industrial textile manufacturing.

For more information the EFI Reggiani portfolio of digital textile printing solutions, visit www.efi.com/reggiani.

EFI announced global availability of Reggiani BOLT upgrades June 24, 2021

Digital Textile Printing Is Rising at Standfast & Barracks

Standfast & Barracks in Lancashire, England is one of the most versatile fabric printers in the world. Established in 1924, the company produces fine-quality prints for design-led home furnishings and apparel brands. It is part of the British luxury furnishing group Walter Greenback Plc and has an international reputation for a commitment to quality, innovation, and advanced technologies.

The company produces more than 150,000 yards of printed fabric per month. And until five years ago, it was all done by conventional printing. Today, digital production accounts for more than half of its business revenues.

Ecofast™ Fabrics

At the Heimtextil show for home and contract textiles in January, 2019, Standfast & Barracks will formally launch their new Ecofast™ line of fabrics. The products are produced on the company’s Durst Alpha 190 textile printing system with One-Step Greentex P inks. The environmentally friendly pigment  and reactive and dispersion inks are based on Durst Water Technology.

The new Alpha Series, a super high-performance multi-pass inkjet printer, features different configurations and print widths for the digital production of clothing, home textiles and fashion.

Fabric printed on Durst Alpha 190
“Digital gives us unlimited opportunities and colour variations,” says Stephen Thomas (right) of Standfast & Barracks with Martin Winkler of Durst.


The Alpha series offers print widths of 190 – 330 cm (6.2 – 10.8 ft) and can be configured with up to 8 colors and 64 Alpha-S print heads that achieve a native resolution of 600 dpi and a print speed of 460 linear meters/hour (15,800 sq ft/hr). The Durst Alpha series provides continuous ink circulation in all ink circuits in order to guarantee constant ink quality and reliable stand-by availability. A new intelligent feed system has been developed for the Alpha series that adapts automatically to different textiles and roll diameters.

The Alpha Series combines new process technologies to control the interactions of printheads, ink system, textile material, tissue type, pre- and post treatment, thereby making them reproducible, when required – with the aim of further advancing the economic efficiency of digital textile print.

“Our investment in Durst’s digital technology continues to trigger new waves of innovations,” said Stephen Thomas, managing director of Standfast & Barracks. “Digital gives unlimited opportunities and color variations with the ability to develop new application and products and continue to develop our business. Digital is by far our biggest growth area. It’s the future.”

Standfast & Barracks produces stunning colors and designs on their Durst Alpha 190 textile printing system.

“Standfast & Barracks is an exceptional example of how innovative companies are pushing the barriers by continuing to invest in new digital technologies,” said Martin Winkler, segment manager, Durst Textile Printing. “We take great pride in working in partnership with our customers to help them to bigger and better things. And we look forward to continuing to work with Stephen and his great team to further help them grow opportunities that are virtually unlimited with digital.”


Mimaki USA Announces Tiger-1800B Textile Printing System

Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, has  announced the availability of the Mimaki Tiger-1800B industrial inkjet textile printing system in the Americas.

The 74.8-inch Tiger-1800B is a purpose-engineered, high production inkjet printer for decorating textiles for fashion, performance apparel, soft signage, and interior decor. It can be configured with 16 printheads for direct-to-textile printing or with 8 printheads for transfer dye sublimation output.

Mimaki Tiger 1800B


Operating at speeds of up to 4,144 sq. ft./hr., the Tiger-1800B can be used for higher-volume production at manufacturing sites or fast-turnaround, small-scale production at on-demand sites. It can quickly produce shorter-run projects for regional and seasonal fashion requirements.

The Mimaki Tiger-1800B can bring operational efficiencies and reliability to large companies that currently use multiple small digital printers or analog screen-printing processes.  The Tiger-1800B printer enables high-resolution printing, consistent quality for repeat orders, and reduced operating costs.

The Mimaki 1800B digital textile printer supports an all-in-one process for direct-to-textile printing. It includes an adhesive belt transport system with belt washing technology and an in-line heat drying unit. A built-in PC with software for easy and efficient printer operation is also included.

Technologies for improved productivity

High print speeds are complemented by a sophisticated textile transport system. Stable textile transport is achieved through twin pressure roller shafts attached to the edge of the transportation belt. Textiles are uniformly transported onto the belt through the rollers.

Wrinkle and Media Jam sensors detect textile wrinkling or creasing early to minimize potential damage to the printheads from collisions with raised or jammed textiles.

The Tiger-1800B model includes a number of technologies and automated processes for consistent quality output and productivity.

A belt washing mechanism prevents stains on fresh fabric from ink remaining on the belt. The mechanism is equipped with two squeegees to prevent splash-back, and two heaters to dry and re-activate the belt surface.

To ensure optimal printhead maintenance, cleaning liquid is automatically applied to each wiper before and after head cleaning. This liquid enhances the head cleaning process and reduces daily maintenance time by ensuring a clean wiper.

The Tiger-1800B printer features Variable Dot Printing, in which variable ink droplet sizes (small, medium and large) are precisely placed to optimize print quality. Smaller droplets create smoother gradients and quarter tones; large droplets produce uniform solids.

A standard Degassing Module reduces clogging by removing air bubbles in the ink, and an Ink Circulation ensures stable ink supply by constantly circulating the ink.

Optional high production upgrades

Options for the direct-to-textile model include: Roll Media Centering Unit featuring a feeding unit with a centering device and tension bar; a Jumbo Roll Unit; a Plaited Unit; and a Drying and Take-Up Unit for high density printed fabrics.

The dye sublimation model includes the Jumbo Roll Unit as a standard feature.


Visit www.mimakiusa.com/Tiger for more information. Request a callback through www.mimakiusa.com/contact and enter “Tiger-1800B” in the comments section.

About Mimaki USA

Mimaki is an innovator and a pioneer in the development of digital printing and cutting products worldwide. The company has engineered and manufactured a complete line of digital printers and cutters. Mimaki USA offers total workflow solutions for many applications in the sign, graphics, textile, apparel, and industrial printing markets.

In 2014, Mimaki USA celebrated 15 years of serving customers in the Americas. It is an operating entity of Mimaki Engineering of Japan, which celebrated its 40th year in 2015. For more information, visit www.mimakiusa.com.

Epson Introduces Next-Generation SureColor Dye-Sublimation Inkjet Printer

Epson America has introduced its latest SureColor dye sublimation inkjet printer for polyester textiles and apparel. The new 64-inch Epson SureColor® F9370 delivers industrial-level production with speeds of up to 1,169 square feet/hour. It is designed to support high-speed, economical medium- to large-volume dye-sublimation transfer printing for applications such as fabric production, customized promotional products, soft signage, cut-and-sew sports apparel, and home decor applications.

Epson SureColor F9370 dye sublimation inkjet printer
Epson SureColor F9370

“The dye-sublimation industry is rapidly expanding into new verticals and Epson is dedicated to being at the forefront of our client’s production needs,” said Tim Check, product manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America. “When developing the SureColor F9370, our engineers aimed to increase performance, efficiency, and reliability. Their efforts resulted in a production print speed increase of up to 75 percent, making it one of the fastest printers on the market in this category.”

The SureColor F9370 received a 2017 SGIA Product of the Year Award in the Roll-to-Roll Daye Sublimation on Textile category was will be displayed at the 2017 SGIA Expo October 10-12 in New Orleans.

Features for Performance and Reliability

The roll-to-roll printer features dual Epson PrecisionCore® TFP® printheads and Epson’s UtraChrome® DS dye-sublimation ink with High-Density Black ink for exceptional color saturation and high-contrast.

A new integrated fabric wiping system cleans the printheads to ensure reliable output quality and continuous production.

The highly accurate roll-to-roll media support system features advanced auto paper-tension control to ensure the consistent movement of the paper through the printer, regardless of the weight of the paper or the shape or diameter of the core of the paper roll. The new media-feed system supports heavier media rolls and transfer paper as thin as 40 gsm.

The high-capacity ink tanks hold up to 3 liters of ink per color to ensure longer print runs without operator intervention.

The high accuracy take-up reel supports efficient transfer to the calendar heat press that will be used to transfer the dye-sublimation inks on the transfer papers onto the textiles.

Turnkey System

The Epson SureColor F9370 is sold as a turnkey solution, with Wasatch SoftRIP TX and ICC profiles for use with Epson DS transfer papers.

Wasatch SoftRIP TX is a complete layout and print management program with features specifically for textile production. It includes powerful color-management technology as features such as step-and-repeat layout, a color atlas and color neighorhood spot-color matching, and color database CxF support.

Epson Dye-Sublimation Transfer Papers have a unique coating technology that allows for heavy ink loads with low cockling and superior clarity and sharpness. The papers are available three types:

  • Multipurpose is optimized for transferring designs onto multiple substrates, including mouse pads, T-shirts, ceramics, etc.
  • Textile-Adhesive is designed for high-end fabric and apparel production
  • Production is a lightweight paper for roll-to-roll printing

With the Epson Control Dashboard, you can remotely run cleanings, check ink levels, update firmware, and download new media profiles for your computer.

The Epson SureColor F9370 replaces the SureColor F9200 to join Epson’s complete line of SureColor F-Series printers, including the entry-level 44-inch SureColor F6200 and the 64-inch SureColor 7200 for short- to medium-volume dye-sublimation transfer printing.

The Epson SureColor F9370 is now available through Epson Professional Imaging resellers. For more information, visit www.proimaging.epson.com



Epson Digital Couture Event Shows Fashion Designers What’s Possible

Epson continues to educate fashion designers, fashion entrepreneurs, and established brands about what’s possible with digitally printed textiles. Two days before Fashion Week 2017 begins in New York City, Epson will host its third annual Epson Digital Couture Project event on Feb. 7.

In addition to showcasing the works of designers from North America and Latin America, the 2017 Epson Digital Couture Project will highlight how Epson Group companies such as Robustelli and For.Tex are helping transform Como, Italy from a center of silk-making into a city that is leading the charge in state-of-the-art technology for fashion. An array of high-quality Robustelli-Epson textile samples will be displayed during the event.

Sharing Textile Stories

Supporting the theme of the 2017 Digital Couture Project “Textile Stories,” 13 design teams from North and Latin America will show how they are leveraging Epson’s textile printing solutions. They will emphasize the limitless design possibilities that advanced digital imaging technology has fueled.

“Our goal with the Digital Couture event is to spotlight the power and potential that digital printing technology plays in the apparel industry,” said Keith Kratzberg, president and CEO, Epson America, Inc. “From haute couture to sports team apparel, Epson technology gives designers and apparel manufacturers the digital platform necessary to launch the next great design.”

Each designer or design team will tell a story through their collection via textiles created with Epson dye-sublimation and direct-to-fabric printing technology. Attendees will see how each designer created fabrics that convey their signature style.

The featured designers and design teams include: Vanesa Krongold (Argentina); Daniel Barreira (Brazil); Sarah Stevenson (Canada); Daniela Hoehmann (Chile); Ricardo Pava, (Columbia): Daniel Del Barco and Sonia Chang (Costa Rica); Carlos de Moya (Dominican Republic); Miguel Moyano, Alex Polo, and Maria Susana Rivadeneira Simball (Ecuador); Leonardo Mena (Mexico); Susan Wagner (Peru); Lindsay Degan (U.S.); Sarah Richards (U.S.); and Kanbar College of Design Engineering and Commerce, Philadelphia University

At the Digital Couture Project, Epson’s global president, Minoru Usui will outline Epson’s continued vision for the role that digital technology will play in fashion. A panel of fashion and apparel industry experts will discuss market trends and the role of technology in fashion. The panel discussion will be moderated by Anthony Cenname, vice president and publisher at WSJ Magazine.

“For the third year in a row, the Epson Digital Couture event showcases how digital textile printing helps designers expand their vision for creativity without limits,” said Agustin Chacon, Epson America’s vice president of international marketing. “The future of fashion and technology is in the process of being shaped, and we are excited to be at the forefront of the industry – providing designers with printing solutions that offer a host of new and exciting opportunities.”

Introducing the Robustelli-Epson Brand

Epson and Robustelli have been working together since 2003, when Robustelli was developing its Monna Lisa series of digital textile printers. Epson acquired the company in June 2016 after acquiring For.Tex in 2015. For.Tex is a trusted provided of dyes, thickeners, and treatment agents.

The Epson Group plans to bring the advantages of digital textile printing to more customers around the world.

“New technologies from Epson are allowing designers to push the boundaries of color and quality while simultaneously giving creative teams incredible versatility and productivity. With the market for worldwide digital textile printing expected to grow annually at almost 25 percent, this is a very exciting opportunity,” Kratzberg added.

Epson Digital Textile Printing Solutions

Epson’s dye-sublimation and direct-to-garment printing technologies give entrepreneurs and established fashion brands a new level of creative freedom by enabling them to print on a variety of fabrics, including cotton and synthetic fibers.

The Epson SureColor® F-Series dye-sublimation printing technology gives designers an accessible means to bring their ideas and inspiration to life. The Epson UltraChrome® DS inkset in the SureColor F-Series includes an all new high density Black ink. This inkset  delivers denser blacks, better tonal transitions and grayscale, plus rich colors and smooth gradations onto fabric.

The Wasatch SoftRIP workflow included with the SureColor F Series has specialized features for textile and fashion printing. The workflow enables designers to create and print original designs with greater flexibility and control.

The Epson SureColor F2000 Series direct-to-garment (DTG) inkjet printers can print digital images, art, and designs directly onto garments made from fabrics ranging from 100 percent cotton to 50/50 fabric blends.

The Epson SureColor F2000 Standard Edition is a high-speed CMYK-only model and the White Edition offers the added benefit of white ink for printing on dark or color fabrics.

Fashion designers and professionals interested in learning more about Epson’s digital printing technologies can visit www.proimaging.epson.com. For more information about Digital Couture, visit www.epson.com/nyfw.

Conference Explains Why Future of Digital Textile Printing is Now

Digitally printed textiles are widely used in retail and event graphics and athletic apparel. But with ongoing advances in inks, fabrics, and equipment, manufacturers are beginning to use digitally print textiles for a much broader range of applications, including fashions, furnishings, and accessories.

To learn what’s next for digital textile printing, check out Digital Textile Printing: The Future is Now. This two-day conference will be held December 6-7, 2016 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham, North Carolina.

Sponsored by SGIA and AATCC

The conference is sponsored jointly by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) and the Association of Textile, Apparel, and Materials Professionals (AATCC). The complementary membership bases of these two associations are helping drive the advancement of digital textile printing technologies.

SGIA serves printing professionals who want to use the latest digital printing technologies to grow their businesses or expand into new market segments. Many SGIA members come from screen-printing businesses that have been involved with textile printing and garment decoration for years.


AATCC originated as the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists but has expanded to serve industry professionals from: textile, apparel and home-goods manufacturers; textile testing laboratories; consumer and retail organizations; state and federal government agencies; and colleges and universities. AATCC is internationally recognized for its standard methods of testing fibers and fabrics for performance characteristics such as colorfastness, appearance, soil release, dimensional change, and water resistance.

Conference Speakers

Experts from a variety of backgrounds will explain what’s involved in digitally printing textiles that are beautiful, functional, colorfast, and compliant with regulations for safety and sustainable production. Speakers will include experts involved fabric and ink research, digital textile printing and finishing systems, certifications and standards, color management, design, and surface imaging education.

Johnny Shell of the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association will provide an overview of digital textile printing technology. He will cover existing digital textile printing platforms and their costs, capabilities, and limitations. He will also look at potentially disruptive platforms that are starting to come online.

David Clark of Huntsman Corporation will outline the different ink chemistries used in digital textile printing and the fastness (durability) of colors on textiles.

Dave Brewer, chief technology officer of the Image Options screen-printing firm, will address the basic fundamentals of color and how to consistently achieve the right color on fabric graphics and textiles.

Steve Aranoff of Mikkelsen Converting Technologies will discuss how finishing innovations such as the VersaTech are making it easier to handle heavy rolls of fabric and improve quality and overall throughput.

Ben Mead of Hohenstein Institute USA research and testing lab and OEKO-TEX USA, will discuss how to know if the inks and other chemicals used in digital textile printing will meet the sustainability requirements of your customers.

Diana Wyman of AATCC will explain the importance of quality assurance testing for printed textiles. She will focus on selecting test methods, understanding test methods, and making decisions based on those results.

Harold S. Freeman of the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University will discuss research that will lead to the next generation of disperse dyes for inkjet inks.

Yi Ding of the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University will discuss research that compared the properties of pigment-based and disperse dye-based inksets on a polyester substrate.

Katelyn Lee of Cotton Incorporated will discuss a project that is evaluating the pretreatment formulations to improve the color yield and color development of reactive dyes digitally printed onto 100 percent cotton fabrics.

Xingyu Li of the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University will discuss research that explored best practices in preparing polyester woven fabric for direct digital printing. He will explain fabric factors (processes and materials) that will contribute to the quality and efficiency of digital printing.

Hitoshi Ujiie of The Center of Excellence for Surface Imaging at Philadelphia University will talk about the key role of digital textile printing in the emerging design field of surface imaging.

Carrie Yates of Cotton Incorporated will explain how the product development team at the Cotton Incorporated Research Center is developing fabrics from cotton fiber to the finished product. This presentation will highlight how Cotton Incorporated is taking digital printing to another level by fusing techniques such as laser etching and novel dyeing and finishing methods.

Steve Smith, of the DPInnovations software company will explain how an established textile printing company with a traditional B2B business model developed an online presence that enables all types of customers to submit jobs directly to their digital textile printing equipment.

Gert Davis of the Spoonflower digital textile printing service will discuss how online creative communities, advances in imaging technologies, and on-demand printing can deliver a more collaborative, environmentally sustainable, and diverse textile industry.

Fashion designer Alexander Julian will share some of the lessons he learned since he first began exploring digital printing in 1990. He will explain how technology has shaped his vision and enabled his business.

Mark Sawchak of Expand Systems will explain why companies of all sizes are interested in implementing a digital workflow to bring more printed products to market faster. He will discuss companies moving forward with digital textile printing technologies and how it is re-engineering their supply chains.

View the full program details here. Register before November 21 to qualify for early-bird pricing. For more details and registration information visit: www.aatcc.org/evnt/digital-printing.


SGIA Expo Preview: Kiian Digital Demonstrates Sustainable Sublimation Inks

At SGIA Expo 2016, Kiian Digital (Booth 1171) will host live demonstrations of the sustainability of its vast portfolio of sublimation inks. The company’s advanced range of 12 specially engineered inks contain reduced or no hazardous chemicals.

Visitors to the Kiian booth can watch live demonstrations of the sublimation production process, from a digital file to a fully decorated finished garment. You can also see the premium quality that can be achieved with these innovative, sustainable sublimation inks.


“As part of our long-term commitment to sustainability, we are continually developing inks that enable our customers to produce supreme-quality prints and at the same time environmentally conscious products,” says Marco Girola, Kiian Digital marketing specialist. “This commitment to product development has seen a number of our products surpassing testing against industry benchmarks, including Nike’s Restricted Substances List (RSL).”

With 81 colors, Kiian Digital’s portfolio offers the most extensive gamut of high-quality water-based inks for sublimation printers. These inks can produce striking, market-leading graphics on textile and rigid materials for applications such as high-fashion apparel, performance sportswear, and household textiles.

The company’s range of inks have been formulated and tested to comply with numerous textile standards without sacrificing image quality and accuracy of color reproduction. These include the Restricted Substances Lists such as: Adidas A-01, CTW and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100.

The product range is also fully compatible with a wide range of printheads for wide-format printing machines including: Epson, Ricoh, Kyocera and Panasonic.

To eliminate the need for global shipping, Kiian Digital supports the principle of printing locally and has established an expansive chain of regional dealers.

About Kiian Digital

Kiian Digital  is a leading manufacturer of inks for digital print. With offices in Italy, China and the USA, Kiian delivers to over 90 countries worldwide. Its products include sublimation, disperse and pigmented inks.

With its roots in industrial, specialty and screen-printing products, Kiian Digital has a long history of developing dedicated products for various printheads and applications such as sportswear, promotional wear, visual communications, and graphic arts.

Kiian Digital is headquartered in Novedrate, Italy and is a member of the JK Group. Formed in July 2015, the JK Group is the world’s largest industrial digital sublimation group.

About SGIA Expo

The SGIA Expo 2016 will be held September 14-16 in Las Vegas. SGIA Expo is a trade show and educational conference for print-business leaders who use a combination of digital and analog printing technologies to produce many types and sizes of printed materials for brand marketers, retailers, design studios, event planners, facility designers, and product manufacturers.

SGIA members produce indoor and outdoor advertising signage and graphics, promotional products, marketing collateral, decals, apparel, vehicle wraps, fine art, retail displays, and decorative wallcoverings, glassware, textiles, and furnishings.