InPrint 2018: Industrial Print moving onto another level

16 Oct 2018
Topics: InPrint, event, advertorial

InPrint Italy will be welcoming visitors at the MiCo - Milano Congressi from 20-22 November 


The second edition of InPrint Italy (20-22 November 2018, MiCo, Milan) promises a revolution for industrial printing technology. Since the first edition of the show in 2016, technology has developed considerably: inks have improved, heads are now more robust and resolution even higher; engineering has become more developed and sophisticated, software is able to process data faster and the performance of industrial inkjet and screen printing is generally more compelling for manufacturing onto a wide variety of surfaces. Not only that, the manufacturing world has grown more accustomed to industrial printing technology and how to best exploit its potential for the future.

The InPrint show itself has the vision to connect new markets, create new possibilities, and will unlock new opportunities for advanced print technology for manufacturing. Visitors represent different industries, from automotive to packaging, and from pharmaceutical to sporting goods manufacturers, with the core driver being sourcing customised printing solutions for industrial applications.

These are some of the companies that are looking forward to presenting their products and capabilities at InPrint Italy.

Roland DG is a leading global supplier of high quality wide-format digital inkjet printing and cutting devices, engravers, 3D printers, inks and software with more than 35 years' manufacturing expertise. Founded in Japan with offices across the globe, Roland DG is committed to continuously innovating and delivering technology which meets the exacting demands of leading suppliers within the sign and graphics, textile and industrial markets. Roland DG commercialises its solutions for visual communication, graphic arts, engraving and 3D modelling through a capillary network of retailers, a network of companies and prepared, competent people, able to listen, advise and guide operators towards the best choice for your production needs.

For over 70 years, Sakurai has been providing technological solutions for both screen and offset printing. Since its opening in 2000, the fully equipped UK Hub in London is able to demonstrate complete printing lines to Sakurai's customers, thus providing effective solutions and wide application potentials. Sakurai provides complete solutions dedicated to industrial processes of screen printing - from prepress to printing units, from drying to integrated solutions with accessory processing. The latest innovation, showcased at InPrint in Milan, the Maestro MF80VII Smart Textile fully automatic, and equipped with the revolutionary OSA™ optical sensor.

Sun Chemical, a member of the DIC group, is a leading producer of printing inks, coatings and supplies, pigments, polymers, liquid compounds, solid compounds, and application materials. Sun Chemical's global presence, combined with advanced technologies and products, allows for the delivery of local service and support with solutions. Sun Chemical delivers a vast portfolio of advanced products and technologies to a broad range of markets, including automotive, inkjet, electrical/electronics, architectural and industrial coatings, aerospace, printed electronics, ink, printed circuit boards, textiles, photovoltaics, plastic cards, water degassing, metalworking and plastics.

Xaar is a world leader in the development of digital inkjet technology. Xaar's technology drives the conversion of analogue printing and manufacturing methods to digital inkjet. They design and manufacture printheads as well as systems for product decoration and 3D Printing which use Xaar's inkjet technology. They offer a comprehensive range of products including piezo-based drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads, product decoration systems and industrial 3D Printing systems. They also develop and sell ink systems and electronics, and provide fluid optimisation services to accelerate inkjet system development and adoption.


Entrance to the show is FREE if you pre-register your participation in advance via

This means you will not have to pay the entry fee of €30 on arrival at the venue and it will speed up the access to the exhibition.

The latest exhibitor list is available at

For any questions about visiting the show, visit

This article is an advertorial; the featured company created the wording and paid for its placement. It has been edited by Whitmar Publications to ensure that it meets our standards.

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