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Industrial Print

This special interest area of WhatTheyThink focuses on emerging trends in the rapidly-growing area of industrial printing. It features commentary and analysis on technical and business trends in industrial printing including 3D Printing, industrial inkjet, functional printing and other areas printing technology is used within industrial applications and manufacturing.

Commentary & Analysis

MakerBot Method Bridges the Gap Between Desktop and Industrial 3D Printing (Premium Content)

MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys, has two primary missions: Helping to innovate in STEM education to better prepare kids for the future, and to help companies bring product to market faster. It is in this latter category that today’s announcement of MakerBot Method falls. Senior Editor Cary Sherburne spoke with Forrest Leighton and Shawn Miely of MakerBot to learn more.


Leaving Las Vegas: Recapping the SGIA Expo (Premium Content)

The final SGIA Expo was a culmination of all the specialty graphics innovations of the past decade or two—with a few signposts (digitally printed, of course) pointing to the future.


SGIA Expo 2018 Marks the End of an Era—But the Start of an Exciting New One (Premium Content)

The SGIA Expo 2018 opened yesterday to large crowds and a completely full exhibition hall. Our recap of Day 1 looks at where SGIA President and CEO Ford Bowers sees the organization and the industry going, and highlights a handful of new product announcements.


Building to Order—Bergstein: Specialists in Direct to Shape Inkjet Technology

For over 10 years BERGSTEIN has been developing and delivering industrial printers. Their first flatbed printers were based on solvent inks, already printing products with a height up to 30 cm. They put significant investments and developments into small flatbed printers, which are suitable for a huge range of industrial products using UV or LED inks and direct to shape. And in the last 5 years Bergstein is selling solutions for customer in Industrial Single Pass printing.


Is Graphene Really a Miracle Material? (Premium Content)

A great deal is being written about graphene, in textiles and other industries. Senior Editor Cary Sherburne talked to Vorbeck Materials Corp. President & CEO Dr. John Lettow to learn more about what many are characterizing as a miracle material.


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News

Registration Now Open for InPrint USA 2019

MakerBot Launches Method, the First Performance 3D Printer

Mimaki Engineering Announces Participation in ADAPT Consortium Launched by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Colordyne Pursues Integration Partners for New Water-Based Pigment Ink Technology

IIJ USA Expands and Welcomes Courtney Marshall and Stuart Hill as Account Managers

Xaar 5601 Drives New Product Development at Neos

Xaar 5601 Enables Fast Integration for KELENN Technology

Over 20 Presentations to Provide New Inspirations for Print in Production at AFIP 2019

Inol Ceramics Adopts Xaar 2001+ for Competitive Edge

RadTech Announces Program for BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference

Siegwerk Showcases its Inkjet Inks at InPrint 2018

ColorGATE's New DFEPM Module: Color Performance Booster for Embedded RIPs

Discover Nazdar Ink Solutions at InPrint Milan

Meteor Inkjet Offers Image Screening to Optimize Print Quality

Meteor Inkjet Offers Fully-Integrated RIP for Industrial Inkjet Printers

Meteor Inkjet Launches New Line of DropWatchers

Continuous Inkjet Line Extension Increases Printer Uptime Versus Comparable Options

Xaar to Announce Latest Xaar 5601 Integrator at Inprint 2018

Tampere University of Technology Targets New Printed Intelligence Applications with the CeraPrinter F-Serie by CERADROP-MGI

ColorGATE Presents Innovative Industrial Printing Solutions for Workflow and Color Management and 3D Surface Printing

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Video

Video preview: New Partnerships for the 2019 InPrint Conference

New Partnerships for the 2019 InPrint Conference

Published: November 21, 2018

Melissa Magestro, Executive Vice President of Mac Brooks Exhibitions, announces new partnerships for next year's InPrint Conference, to be held April 9 to 11 in Louisville, Ky.

 

Video preview: Dan Johansen Recaps Ricoh's Recent Wide-Format Announcements

Dan Johansen Recaps Ricoh's Recent Wide-Format Announcements

Published: November 21, 2018

Dan Johansen, Marketing Manager for Graphic Arts Wide Format, Commercial and Industrial Printing Business Group for Ricoh USA, sums up the new products introduced at the SGIA Expo 2018, including the RICOH Pro L5160 latex printer and RICOH Pro TF 6250 flatbed.

 

Video preview: Warneke Paper Box Company Installs the First Heidelberg Primefire 106 in the U.S.

Warneke Paper Box Company Installs the First Heidelberg Primefire 106 in the U.S.

Published: November 20, 2018

Steve Huppert, Vice President and COO of Warneke Paper Box Company in Denver, Colo., talks to David Zwang about the company's installation of a Heidelberg Primefire 106. Heidelberg is positioning the Primefire for industrial printing applications in the packaging market.

 

Video preview: InPrint Heads to Louisville

InPrint Heads to Louisville

Published: November 14, 2018

Frazer Chesterman, Co-Founder of InPrint, previews the upcoming InPrint 2019 industrial printing conference, which will take place April 9-11 in Louisville, Ky., and discusses some of the current trends in industrial printing.

 

Video preview: From Antibacterial Substrates to Smart Labels, Nanotechnology Comes to Print

From Antibacterial Substrates to Smart Labels, Nanotechnology Comes to Print

Published: June 14, 2018

Nir Waiskopf, Ph.D., team leader for a nanotechnology project at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains the uses of nanotechnology in biomedical, industrial printing, and display and packaging applications.

 

Video preview: Factors Driving the Growth of Industrial Printing

Factors Driving the Growth of Industrial Printing

Published: June 6, 2018

Marcus Timson, Co-Founder of the InPrint Industrial Inkjet Conference, discusses the reasons for the growing popularity of industrial printing, including the plateauing of traditional print markets, the maturity of digital inkjet and its advantages in industrial applications, and changing consumer behaviors.

 

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