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International Exhibition of Print Technology for Industrial Manufacturing opens tomorrow in Munich

From 12 to 14 November, InPrint Munich 2019 presents a whole new world of printing technology capable to convert or customise goods, parts and packaging with maximum cost efficiency. For many industries, this means new opportunities to significantly enhance or even transform their entire manufacturing process.

InPrint Munich 2019 is a highly effective networking and sourcing platform for a growing specialist community, featuring some of the most progressive innovators in print technology currently shaping the market. A total of 136 print tech companies from 22 countries present ground-breaking innovations for applying inks, liquids and 3D material to all sorts of shapes and surfaces. The range of printing applications on display includes solutions for automotive parts, printed electronics, packaging, drinking bottles, food containers, fashion items, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, as well as the decorative finishing of flooring, tiling, interior decorations and furnishings.
Printing technology has become increasingly smart and capable of solving many delicate manufacturing issues. It also improves customisation and design capabilities and effectively adds value to products and brands. As such, InPrint Munich attracts high-level trade professionals from both the printing industry and various manufacturing sectors, all seeking to maximise their production potential whilst venturing into new, profitable markets. At the previous show in 2017, the vast majority of visitors were print service providers, product and packaging designers, technical managers, process engineers, specialists from research and development, business development managers and managing directors.
Topical highlights include new print head technology and inks, drying and curing systems, solutions for effective machine integration, advanced metrology and quality assurance, software for colour and process management as well as specific industrial applications for packaging and labels, surface finishing, printed electronics, fabrics and textiles, additive manufacturing, security printing, and many more.
InPrint Munich Technical Conference
The 3-day Technical Conference running alongside the exhibition features more than 70 international top speakers from across the entire print and manufacturing sector. Presenting case studies, technical talks and panel discussions, they guide visitors through the necessary steps to successfully implement new print technology in manufacturing lines, addressing the pros and cons of different approaches and technologies. All conference talks are drop-in sessions and free of charge for all visitors and exhibitors of InPrint Munich 2019.



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