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InPrint 2017

InPrint 2017 ended with thoroughly positive results

With a total of 153 exhibitors and some 3,000 visitors, InPrint has now established itself as the leading trade show for print applications in industrial production. The third edition of the exhibition for industrial print technology in Germany once again attracted high-profile industry professionals, including inventors and integrators as well as printing and production specialists from various industry sectors.

2,951 visitors of over 60 different nationalities were able to discover the latest equipment, exchange expertise or find business partners for developing market-ready solutions. The specialist community came together to drive emerging markets for innovative print technologies with concrete solutions being demonstrated on the stands.

The focus of the 2017 show was on applications designed to be integrated into production lines and thus allowing mass customisation of a wide variety of industrial goods. InPrint 2017 showed that innovative printing applications now enable long-term mass customisation within the industrial production process. Many manufacturing sectors see huge market potential in these printing applications, as they allow companies to enhance their value chains and gain competitive advantage while meeting customers’ individual demands.

At InPrint 2017, visitors could not only discover high-quality exhibitors showcasing the latest technology in speciality, screen, digital and inkjet printing for printing on metal, plastics, textiles, glass, ceramics, wood and other surfaces. In addition, a comprehensive conference programme provided a space for creative thinking and exchanging ideas by presenting valuable insight into prevailing trends and the latest developments in functional, decorative and packaging printing.

Join us at InPrint Germany 2019, from 12 - 14 November 2019 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre!

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