InPrint Industrial Print Forum
Wednesday 24 June, 2015, 9am - 1pm
Angelo Hotel, Munich Westpark, Germany
Missed our event in Munich?
Overviews, success stories and requirements of the fast-growing industrial digital print sector - hosted by Frazer Chesterman and Marcus Timson, organisers of the InPrint trade show. These expert speakers will be giving you updates and insights on what industrial print is doing and where it is going.
Session 1 - Packaging, Brand & Retail
Hosted by Marcus Timson, Director & Co-Founder, FM Brooks - InPrint Show, Leatherhead, UK
Bringing digital print to life for brands & retailers
Charterhouse specialises in seeking out creative and innovative ways to use print in packaging, retail and POP, with clients including BMW, Coca Cola, Heineken and Unilever.
When will packaging embrace the digital print revolution?
At the InPrint Forum Paul will discuss key digital innovations in the packaging world.
ThePackHub is a packaging innovation consultancy that specialises in bringing together experience and passion to deliver packaging solutions to brand owners, retailers and packaging suppliers. ‘We understand the packaging innovation world – the industry drivers, the packaging trends and consumer insights that help inform the packaging innovation process. We also know the processes and technical issues to help implement difficult and complex packaging projects.
The rise and rise of craft drinks: some challenges, massive opportunities
Simon presents an overview of the craft drink market trends and discusses the key challenges and solutions to enabling this industry to reach its true potential.
The craft drinks industry in the US is on a rapid growth path, with Europe following close behind. However, key parts of the packaging supply chain are holding back their true potential, the move to beverage cans.
Session 2 - DESIGN and DÉCOR
Hosted by Frazer Chesterman, Director & Co-Founder, FM Brooks – InPrint Show, Leatherhead, UK
Identifying creative applications - a leading designer’s view of the endless possibilities of digital print highlighting printed innovation for interiors
Since 1989, Markus Benesch works as industrial and interior designer, co-operating with companies in the design sector, such as; Abet Laminati, Aspesi, Arflex, Alchimia, Benetton, BrainLAB, Bombay Sapphire, BIS, Campari, Esselte Leitz, EandY, Fiat, Gallerie Maurer, Hornschurch, Hewlett Packard, Rasch, Neue Modular AG, Mövenpick Group, Paul Smith, Memphis Milano, Postdesign, Samsung, Sirpi, Yoox, Interstuhl and Westag Getalit. As a visiting professor, Markus gives seminars in interior design, product and surface design in Milan, Reims and Tokyo. MBC studio designs and develops products, interiors, surfaces and materials for industry and companies.
Creating amazing results for interiors that will excite all your senses with digital speciality inks
At the InPrint Forum, Giorgio will give an overview of inkjet inks and the latest developments of 3D and LVT inks as well as describing key factors of industrial inkjet and its effects. Giorgio will discuss using inkjet technology for flooring, furniture and art and he will give examples and show the principles of 3D inkjet texturing.
Giorgio graduated in Chemistry and spent several years abroad working in different areas of the radiation curing market such as; Wood, Graphic Arts and Electronics. After 8 years at Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Giorgio took a break and started a small company called KUEI, targeting several photo-curing applications. As of 2012, Giorgio’s main focus was on the development and production of industrial ink jet inks, especially for flooring, furniture and the packaging industry.
How to digitally print onto wallpaper
Frank will show the audience the omni-channel strategy of Erfurt & Sohn and he will explain why the digital interior design business strenghtens the brand value of Erfurt’s core businesses.
Frank Seemann is Division Manager of Digital Print and Direct Business at Erfurt & Sohn KG, located in Wuppertal, Germany. Erfurt is a global market leader in producing and distributing wallpaper for the professional and DIY markets. 7 years ago Erfurt launched its wallpaper for digital printing and won several prizes for their solution in interior decoration. As an online-channel for the B2C and SOHO-markets, Erfurt operates the company JuicyWalls.
Session 3 - Future Technology
Hosted by Tim Phillips, Marketing & Business Development Manager, Xennia Technology, Letchworth, UK
Pushing the boundaries of inkjet applications
Patrick offers his view of the degree of possibilities for inkjet, examples include synthesising silk for medical applications, developing tougher carbon composites for use in aircraft manufacturing and printing conductive features onto metal component parts of vehicle engines.
The challenges of digitally printing on glass – creating the perfect ‘transparent image’
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ferdinand Trier, previously of University of Munich and BMW will discuss can it be done digitally and can it be applied to the manufacturing world?
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Trier founded the Laboratories for Sol-Gel-Techniques at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich in 1994 and the company ORMO Print GmbH to develop and market Sol-Gel-Products in 2004. From 1984-1994 he was Professor and Head of the lab for Measurement Techniques, University of Applied Sciences, Munich and Consultant for Car Glazing at BMW Munich. Prior to that Trier worked at BMW Munich on the development of car glazing, and MBB Munich in the Department of Helicopter Dynamics. Trier was educated at the University of Applied Sciences, Regensburg and Technical University, Berlin and was awarded a doctorate in 1981.
Future technological developments for inkjet and advanced manufacturing technology
Mark Ritchie looks into the future of functional, rather than decorative, inkjet printing in manufacturing applications. Mark will examine the factors driving change, look at some of the challenges inkjet faces, review applications which are starting to move to digital and give an insight into one specific area of the near future: 3D printing using High Speed Sintering technology.
At Xaar since 2013, Mark Ritchie is Senior Product Manager responsible for the Xaar 1002 print head and is Sector Business Manager for Industrial markets including Advanced Manufacturing, Décor, Textile and Product Print. Mark’s career has covered the graphic and industrial print spectrum from inks to inkjet printers and now printheads; he has more than 25 years of experience in a range of marketing roles in Europe and the USA, the last ten of which have been in inkjet.
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