InPrint Munich 2019 launches free consultancy service
Europe’s leading exhibition for print technology in manufacturing is bursting with energy, knowledge and technical excellence: A fully packed show floor, an outstanding conference programme, and a new bespoke consultancy service all add to InPrint Munich’s reputation as a unique networking and sourcing event for the entire manufacturing and print tech industry.
From 12 to 14 November 2019, the International Exhibition of Print Technology for Industrial Manufacturing presents some of the most progressive print machinery, equipment and approaches for the production of industrial parts and consumer goods.
Aimed specifically at manufacturing executives and print service providers, InPrint Munich 2019 features some 120 print tech companies from 15 countries, all presenting ground-breaking innovations for applying inks, liquids and 3D material to all sorts of shapes and surfaces, including flat or curved plastic, wood, foil, textiles, glass, ceramics, and metal.
Exhibits cover machinery, systems and components for screen, digital, speciality and 3D printing, including inks, printheads, metrology and software tools, as well as various processing equipment for curing, drying and finishing. With printing technology becoming increasingly smart and powerful, it is capable of transforming whole production processes by solving delicate manufacturing issues, improving customisation and design capabilities, and effectively adding value to products and brands
Three-in-one event to capitalise on expert knowledge
Also held in the exhibition hall are the ever-popular Technical Conference and the new Consultancy Corner, both providing additional opportunities to meet and learn from the major innovators in print technology currently shaping the market.
“The key to fully benefit from print technology in the industrial sector is to capitalise on the underlying expert knowledge and understanding that manufacturing companies rely on when implementing new print technology into their production lines”, explains Nicola Hamann, Managing Director at show organiser Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
“InPrint Munich combines a full-on exhibition with an extensive conference programme and a bespoke consultancy service, so visitors benefit from a three-in-one package on all three event days. You will see new ways of producing goods while having an excellent range of suppliers at hand to source the best equipment, plus you can now seek independent advice from industry experts on how to go on about it. This unique set-up makes InPrint Munich a real powerhouse of technical excellence, knowledge and innovation.”
Online booking for Consultancy Corner now open
Companies beginning to prepare for changes will naturally face many open questions: Where can I find printheads for fast line speed printing? Are there any methods to reduce my operational costs of curing? How can I add inline measurement solutions to improve my print output? Is it worth for my business to move from an analogue print system to digital inkjet? To initiate the first steps of implementation, an independent expert opinion is an invaluable help.
New at InPrint Munich 2019, the Consultancy Corner will help companies to bring their ideas to life. Visitors seeking to implement new print technology into their production lines will be offered impartial advice on technical issues for their specific production environment, as well as on business strategies to venturing into new markets. In personal 1:1 sessions, industry experts will share their knowledge about the latest technologies and market trends and provide valuable guidance on how to move your business forward. Appointments are limited and can be booked online now.
Top conference line-up with more than 60 speakers
The 3-day conference programme alongside the exhibition features more than 60 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.
Topical highlights include printhead technology talks by leading manufacturers, the integration of inkjet with robotics, various ink types and their specific applications, drying and curing technologies, including UV, IR and eBeam, effective machine integration, metrology and quality assurance, software for colour and process management, and case studies of successful applications, including for packaging and labels, surface finishing, printed electronics, and security printing.
The full conference programme and regular updates are published on the show website.
Advance discount for online tickets
InPrint Munich takes place from 12 to 14 November 2019 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Exhibition, Technical Conference and Consultancy Corner are located in Hall A6, accessible via the East Entrance of Munich Trade Fair Centre.
Visitors can now register and buy their tickets online at a special rate, giving them access to all three event areas. Opening times are from 9am to 5pm.
Further information on participating exhibitors, conference programme, travel and accommodation, as well as video footage and ticket shop can be found on the show website.