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Industrial Printing Technologies Reach New Heights at 2015 SGIA Expo

Monday, June 22, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Industry experts explore niche imaging sector during inaugural event

Fairfax, Virginia - The SGIA Expo (Atlanta, November 4–6) is raising the bar this year with the first-ever Industrial Printing Symposium. Beginning November 3 — one day before the Expo — this day-and-a-half event will provide deep insight into the unique community of industrial imaging. 

“The industrial printing sector is one of the fastest-growing and opportunity-rich areas of specialty graphics,” said Dan Marx, SGIA’s Vice President, Markets and Technologies, “and the new SGIA Industrial Printing Symposium will explore why. Through 15 information-rich presentations, attendees will gain an unprecedented perspective on the sector as it is today, and a view into where it’s going.”

The Symposium is the first of its kind, and will dig deep into the technologies used for industrial imaging, developments that are profoundly changing industrial print, vertical markets and application opportunities, production strategies and more.

Industry leaders will present diverse educational sessions covering every corner of industrial imaging, with topics including:

  • Printing on Difficult Surfaces
  • UV-LED Curing Technologies
  • 3D Printing Technologies
  • Production Automation Strategies
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • And more

After the symposium, attendees can navigate the expansive Expo floor to discover the newest innovations in all of specialty imaging. Register now* for the one-of-a-kind Industrial Printing Symposium and take your industrial printing business to the next level.

*Registration for this event is facilitated through SGIA Expo registration .


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