Exhibition for Industrial Print Technology: InPrint 2017 has started
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
latest printing applications for industrial manufacturing and practice- based specialised conference programme
From today, 14 November 2017 until Thursday, 16 November 2017, 153 exhibitors from 19 countries will present the latest technologies and developments in the industrial printing sector at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. At InPrint 2017, leading international companies will demonstrate modern technologies, machines, components and component parts as well as services for functional and decorative printing and packaging printing. Speciality, screen, digital and inkjet print are the four key areas of InPrint. Visitors are able to discover innovative technologies and latest processes for printing on metal, plastics, textile, glass, ceramics, wood and other surfaces. InPrint is exclusively dedicated to industrial print as part of the manufacturing process: from functional print for automotive components, household appliances, printed electronics, textiles and packaging to decorative printing on surfaces such as floor coverings and furniture.
The InPrint conference programme: Three days of Expert Talks and Discussions
Top industry experts will explore the possibilities that industrial print technology is opening up for manufacturing in a range of industries and present a series of case studies and practical examples. Attendees will learn more about manufacturing trends like personalisation of objects, mass customisation, variable data and on-demand production, strategies for implementing new printing processes, the most promising manufacturing markets, and ways to generate new revenue streams.
Each conference day highlights a key area of print applications:
Hinterkopf GmbH, Dr. Hönle AG, Hymmen, Mankiewicz Gebr. & Co. (CYCONJET), Meteor Inkjet Ltd, Mimaki Deutschland GmbH, Roland DG, Tonejet, Xaar and many others. In total, around 70 different sessions and speakers will be presented during the three show days. All sessions will take place either on the Conference Stage or at the Forum, both located in the InPrint exhibition hall (A6). The full conference programme is available online.
Online registration at favourable price open until the end of the show
Entrance tickets will still be available to purchase online during the show at favourable prices. A Day Ticket purchased online costs €38 instead of €52 on-site, a 2-Day Ticket €62 instead of €76 on-site and a Season Ticket online can be purchased for €82 instead of €96. Ticket holders also enjoy access to the InPrint 2017 Specialised Conference as well as the co-located shows “productronica” and “Semicon” (for the duration of InPrint).
InPrint 2017 takes place in Hall A6 of the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany and is accessible via the Entrance East. The exhibition is open until Thursday, 16 November 2017. The opening times each day are from 9:00 to 17:00.
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