The specialised show for industrial printing technologies takes place from November 10-12 2015 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre. The entrance ticket will include entry to the specialised show with its comprehensive range of the latest printing technologies for manufacturing, as well as free entrance to the ‘Great Innovations Session’ and to the co-located ‘productronica’ show.
Furthermore, InPrint visitors can attend a three-day conference on the different technology fields, held alongside the show, free of charge. The programme will consist of seminars, discussions and showcases. Visitors can now order the free visitor brochure from www.inprintshow.com. The blog, webinars and white papers are helpful to learn more about the industrial print sector in the run-up to the show and convey precise know-how.
The InPrint visitor brochure provides visitor and exhibition profiles – including the full exhibitor list – as well as the show partners and ambassadors and organisational information, such as opening hours, travel and accommodation advice.
The fundamental white paper ‘Why is industrial print booming?’ can also be ordered free of charge via the website. The InPrint webinars, the newsletter and the blog provide in-depth information on the show and on industry trends.
A series of high-quality conferences, discussions and showcases offers insights into the latest trends and developments in functional, decorative and packaging printing. The programme will take place in two presentation theatres during the three show days. The conference language is either English or German according to the subject.
The ‘Conference Stage’ will present the following three topics:
– Function & Future: This stream looks at the latest technological developments in ‘Smart’ functional printing, whether screen, speciality, digital, inkjet or 3D printing, including new fields of applications and their potential.
– Decorative: The speakers present techniques and technologies for decorative surface imaging on glass, wood, metal, ceramics, plastics, leather and textile in the context of an increasing need for mass customised production.
– Packaging: This programme focuses on the many trends, new techniques and opportunities for printing in primary and secondary packaging that are adding to the forecasted growth of the largest segment within industrial print.
The second presentation theatre, the ‘InPrint Forum’, will highlight 3D and will further investigate functional printing with panel discussions and case studies as well as by taking a closer look at its fields of application and improved production capacity utilising ‘Smart’ functional printing.
The comprehensive conference programme will shortly be published online.