Showcasing technology by the biggest players and specialists in the speciality, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D printing sector.
InPrint Italy, the only exhibition in Italy dedicated exclusively to industrial printing technology, is coming to Milan. From 15 to 17 November at the MiCo Milano Congressi Exhibition Centre, leading Italian and international players will showcase cutting-edge technologies and provide technical expertise for digital, inkjet, 3D, screen and speciality printing: a unique opportunity for senior professionals searching for new processes and products for decorative and functional industrial printing.
The three-day exhibition, plus its accompanying conference sessions, meetings and discussions, are certain to inspire the manufacturing sector thanks to the presence of innovative industrial printing technology and a focus on the promising Italian market, recognised worldwide for printing on textiles, ceramics, wood, packaging and in other manufacturing sectors.
Around 110 exhibitors, among them the biggest players such as Agfa, Xaar, Fujifilm, Canon, Tonejet and Konica Minolta, plus specialists such as Metis, Kuei, Bergstein and Staedtler, will showcase innovative industrial printing solutions and production equipment for the functional, decorative and packaging printing segments.
InPrint Italy has five key technology streams: speciality, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D printing. Within these five processes, exhibitors will showcase equipment, products and services for printing on metal, plastics, foil, fabrics, glass, ceramics, wood and other substrates. The latest printing machinery and systems available will be on show, as well as inks and other products, hardware and software solutions, pre-press systems, processing plant and materials, and a wide range of services for the industrial sector.
The organisers of this exhibition, FM Brooks – part of the Mack Brooks Exhibitions group, aim to deliver a highly successful event presenting advanced innovative expertise in printing technology to solve problems, create market value and transform industrial production.