Nazdar Ink Technologies will once again be among the exhibitors at InPrint - the industrial print show - in Milan, Italy this November, showcasing its wide range of UV-LED, traditional UV, solvent and aqueous ink formulations to attendees.
The general trend toward customization is a hallmark of the digital age. The option of custom-enhancing high-quality mass-produced items and thus reaching consumers or customers on a personal level opens up attractive new and profitable business models for manufacturers of branded goods and industrial production companies. As a result, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) is expecting a high level of interest in the possibilities for custom-finishing and printing on objects at InPrint 2018, which is taking place from November 20 to 22 in Milan. The company is therefore showcasing Omnifire technology and the Omnifire 250 and 1000 models, which can be used to print customized three-dimensional objects of any shape made from a wide variety of materials. Both models can be integrated into industrial production processes and online marketing campaigns. For example, the pilot user and automotive supplier Ritzi Lackiertechnik GmbH has integrated the inkjet system into its industrial production process. It has thus been able to significantly increase its productivity and quality compared to the previously used method.
IQDEMY Quantum Technology SA, a company of IQDEMY Holdings, has recently announced and displayed its Quantum Dots (QD) technology at InPrint 2017. Among others, it can provide for unique, individualized and non-breakable authentication of brand products as well as security applications.
InPrint firmly established as the premier exhibition for print applications in industrial production24 Nov 2017
The third edition of InPrint in Germany was held last week, 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. A comprehensive conference programme provided insight into the latest developments and market potential of this emerging industry sector. In an official awards ceremony, prizes for innovative product developments and outstanding partnerships were awarded to four exhibiting companies. The organisers, as well as the large majority of the 153 exhibitors, were highly satisfied with the outcome of the show.
Tonejet, the only manufacturer of advanced electro-static drop-on-demand digital print engines, has unveiled the Cyclone, the first industrial production direct-to-can digital printing machine, at InPrint 2017. The Tonejet Cyclone, with integrated Rockwell Automation iTRAK transport system, illustrating the numerous benefits of direct to shape digital beverage can printing.