InPrint 2015 ends with convincing results
On 12 November, the second InPrint trade show for industrial print ended after three successful exhibition and conference days in Munich. 3400 trade visitors from 68 countries came to the trade show centre to learn about ground breaking technologies, components and services in specialty, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D print. Centrepieces of the event were the application fields functional and decorative as well as package printing. The visitors also flocked to the more than 60 conference sessions on two stages inside the exhibition hall.
In addition to the 3400 InPrint visitors, further 1.324 visitors from the parallel event productronica seized the opportunity to see both shows. During InPrint 2015, 150 companies from 16 nations exhibited on 5500m2. The exhibitor and visitor numbers as well as the net exhibition space, increased by about a third compared to the first event in 2014.
The Great Innovations Award 2015, which was handed out during the event, was awarded to the Italian company Kuei with its invention “Haptink” – a new haptic ink, whose application generates a 3D effect and therefore imitates a wooden surface.