Interior and exterior decoration are favorite fields of exploration for inkjet printing. Yet, as the world of decoration is very diverse, it is absolutely necessary to study each application in detail in order to develop inkjet printing solution that allow the industry to move to digital.
Inkjet printing is now really finding its way in industrial environments. One example is the wooden pallet manufacturing industry. Without doubt, you will have seen the EUR or EPAL logos on the sides of these pallets.
120 leading companies from 21 countries are making their preparations for InPrint Italy, the exhibition of industrial printing technology taking place at the MiCo - Milano Congressi in Milan from 20 to 22 November.
Mexar is a UK based inkjet ink development company that works with OEMs’, end users and other ink companies to develop inks for textiles, décor and other industrial print markets. Established in 2008 by Andy Hancock and Roger Tirrell – the business has grown into an innovative developer that plays a key role for inkjet in unlocking new market potential. Ahead of their first exhibiting appearance at InPrint, we talked to Andy Hancock about the business and the development of industrial inkjet.
Ahead of InPrint 2018, I recently interviewed Ronald van den Broek who is the General Manager of Sales at Mimaki Europe about the industrial print innovators background and view of the development and future of industrial printing.
Since the announcement of InkDock™ at InPrint 2017, this highly versatile and compact ink supply system for industrial recirculating inkjet heads has been in great demand.
Just like the years before Seiko Instruments GmbH will be represented as a constant value of the InPrint Show this year in Milan as well.
We will be focusing on vertical printing with the RC1536-L printhead. It will be demonstrated by the newly launched coding machine X1Jet SX from Bluhm Systeme GmbH with a print speed of up to 150 m/min.
The general trend toward customization is a hallmark of the digital age. The option of custom-enhancing high-quality mass-produced items and thus reaching consumers or customers on a personal level opens up attractive new and profitable business models for manufacturers of branded goods and industrial production companies. As a result, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) is expecting a high level of interest in the possibilities for custom-finishing and printing on objects at InPrint 2018, which is taking place from November 20 to 22 in Milan.
There are still five months to go until the second edition of InPrint Italy, scheduled to take place at the MiCo Convention Centre in Milan 20 - 22 November 2018. 85% of the exhibition space has already been booked by big industry players as well as small- and medium-sized businesses, brought together by a strong spirit of innovation. A good start for InPrint Italy, the leading exhibition for industrial print technologies, organised by Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
For over 20 years, ColorGATE has been supporting the printing industry with its colour competence on its way from analogue to digital printing and the future of Print 4.0. Their customers rely on the innovative software solutions, RIP Software, and printer driver technology for Commercial and Industrial Printing. I recently interviewed their CEO - Thomas Kirschner.
InPrint Italy is the industry’s showcase for high-level expertise, cutting-edge technology, product launches and numerous industrial print solutions. The wide range of industrial functional and decorative printing on display includes speciality, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D technologies