Ink manufacturers showcase inks for new applications.
David Savastano, Editor04.30.17
Digital printing has come a long way from its early days. The possibility of printing ceramic tile, wood grain, thermoformable parts and more is now a reality, and InPrint showed many of these new possibilities.
Organized by Mack Brooks Exhibitions and co-located with the ICE USA converting program, InPrint USA highlighted digital printing technologies from April 25-27 in Orlando, FL. More than 3,400 verified registrants came to the co-located shows.
InPrint made its first appearance in the US, looking to build on its presence in European. It was co-located with ICE, which was held in the US for the fourth time. InPrint USA’s goal was showing industrial specialty, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D technology print solutions.
Ink companies were well represented at InPrint USA, including Afford Inks; Agfa Graphics; Dubuit America; EFI; FUJIFILM; INX International Ink; Kao Collins; Marabu North America; Nazdar Ink Technologies; Proell, Inc.; Sensient Imaging
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