he third edition of InPrint in Germany was held from 14 – 16 November 2017, at the Munich Trade Fair Centre. The exhibition was, once again, able to attract some 3,000 high-profile industry professionals, including inventors and integrators as well as printing and production specialists from various industry sectors.
Eight months ahead of the show, some 100 exhibitors from 12 countries have already secured their stand spaces at this year’s Industrial Print Show read an update on show progress here.
I recently talked with Paul Brook from Global Print Solutions and Claudio Moffa (pictured above on right) of Sakurai about the development of an exciting innovation for wearable technology.
Sakurai has recently enjoyed great success and growth for their screen-printing machinery proving that not only and inkjet has considerable potential for growth. This news item explains the success.
Sakurai Europe has enjoyed considerable growth over the past two years signalling an increase in demand for the company's screen printing technology. In this interview we talk to Claudio Moffa, Branch Manager located in the U.K and responsible for sales in Europe about how this growth has been achieved and his view on the screen printing market.
Nazdar Ink Technologies says InPrint 2016 demonstrated the development of inkjet printing technology as visitors 'came with more answers than questions'.
The breakthrough exhibition for the industrial print sector welcomed visitors from all over the world. Leading international companies and the most innovative SMEs from both manufacturing and print sectors had the opportunity to exchange advanced technical knowledge and to explore new partnerships in the most important market place in Italy.
The organisers of the third InPrint show in Germany, held from 14-16 November 2017 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, are already receiving a high number of stand reservations from great names in the industry. Companies interested in exhibiting at the specialised industrial print show can now order the new, free exhibitor brochure online.
InPrint in Italy promises a revolution for industrial printing technology. This blog takes a look at the first ever InPrint in Milan and what we might expect to see at this showcase of cutting edge industrial print technology.
Sun Chemical and its specialist global inkjet division SunJet, will be presenting their unique approach to collaborative product development in ink solutions and inkjet chemistry for functional, industrial and speciality print applications on stand F60 at Inprint 2016 from 15-17 November in Milan, Italy.
As a company, Thieme is an industrial print success story and a true leader in innovation. The company has effectively transformed itself from the world of graphic screen printing into industrial and has now integrated inkjet in their industrial printing systems. In this interview I talk to Simon Hebding about the company and its view on the market and the future for technology in this sector.
On 18th January 2016, the InPrint Show, in partnership with I.T. Strategies, ran an industry survey completed by 150 respondents to highlight key trends and insight for the continued development of industrial print production. This free report is available to those who complete this form http://bit.ly/1pwHlws
InPrint Organisers, FM Brooks have reported that plans for the third edition of InPrint (which takes place 15-17 November in Milan) are ahead of schedule following the success of InPrint 2015. Over 80% of the space at MiCo in Milan is already contracted and organisers are seriously considering extending the show floor space to cater for demand.