Frazer Chesterman explains why he and co-funder Marcus Timson decided to invest in Milan for InPrint 2016 show.
Fourth and Last episode in the series of Vlogs about Industrial Digital Printing. Frazer Chesterman introduces Keith Ramsey of Nazdar (in the picture) and the other speakers. On this final episode the exhibitors will consider the future of Industrial Digital printing. They consider the impact of the 3D print in the sector and look at other innovations in Inkjet printing, while considering the possibility of a hybrid technology that combines digital and traditional printing.
Third episode in the series of Vlogs about Industrial Digital Printing. Frazer Chesterman introduces Kurt Fischer of TCM (in the picture) and the other speakers join the discussion to consider the major trends affecting Industrial Digital Printing. The speakers give different opinions about the sectors where digital printing will develop in the future, with particular emphasis on areas such as wood flooring and textiles.
The Second episode of a series of Vlogs about Industrial Digital Printing. Frazer Chesterman initially introduces Tim Phillips of Sensient (in the picture) and the other speakers join the discussion to examine the major challenges faced by the Digital Printing Industry in integrating into Industrial production. They consider the key factors which help Digital printing within the industrial markets
This is the first in the series of Video blogs about Industrial Digital Printing. Frazer Chesterman, co-founder of InPrint, opens the video with a short introduction and explains that the video will focus on the ‘Value of Digital Print for the Industrial Market’. The speakers (in order) are Keith Ramsey, Kurt Fischer, David Lyus, Mark Ritchie and Tim Phillips, they all share their experiences and understanding of this developing sector.
Frazer Chesterman, co-funder of InPrint, explains why the show is the fastest growing Print Technology Exhibition in Europe.
Frazer Chesterman and Marcus Timson explain how growth in demand for industrial print technology is even greater than originally thought. Growth is estimated to an incredible figure of 36% between 2014-2020.
InPrint7TV- Episode 4: Key voices in industrial inkjet printing talk development and where the sector's heading and more.