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At this year’s InPrint exhibition in Munich, Xaar will highlight the growing importance of inkjet in today’s manufacturing processes, either replacing traditional production methods or in delivering new applications.
Visitors to Hall A4, stand 2710, will learn more about Xaar’s range of technologies that are enabling the integration of inkjet, helping businesses take advantage of on-demand and variable data printing, to reduce waste, and deliver an improved return on investment.
With its unique array of inkjet technologies, printheads, electronics, datapaths, system components, and ink supply systems – available all under one roof – Xaar is helping customers address their latest application requirements. From the need to use difficult fluids on a variety of substrates, to the ability to print in multiple orientations, a wider range of industries can now seize the opportunity of inkjet technology.
Xaar’s team of experts will be on hand to highlight how the business collaborates with customers from the initial application ideation, fluid optimisation and system components and integration, right through to providing ongoing project support. Samples on the stand will demonstrate how Xaar’s inkjet solutions can address an ever-wider range of applications.
As well as exhibiting at the show, Xaar is sponsoring the three-day conference programme. Graham Tweedale (pictured), General Manager of Xaar’s printhead business unit, will be presenting at 10.00 on 15th March on the Technical Stage.
Titled, ‘Inkjet Printheads: Breaking the mould in inkjet with Xaar’s technology’ Graham will provide an overview of how Xaar’s core technologies push the boundaries of inkjet. He will highlight the latest developments driven by Xaar’s ImagineX printhead platform, alongside the benefits that Xaar’s extended product portfolio, technologies and inkjet expertise offer to those companies who are new to inkjet.
“Xaar has been instrumental in the development of genuinely practical innovations that address and overcome some of the long-standing roadblocks in the application of inkjet and now we can provide everything under one roof, we are making this even easier and quicker for customers,” said Graham.
“From the printheads, electronics and datapath solutions, to the ink and ink supply systems and more, our expertise, unique technologies and collaborative approaches are all helping customers see that inkjet has an enormous amount to offer.
“Now is the time for businesses to seize their inkjet opportunity, and we welcome those attending the show to find out more by visiting our stand or coming along to my presentation.”
Held every two years, InPrint enables world-leading print technology suppliers to present their latest developments, redefining the role of print technology in on-demand production, mass-customisation, and cost-efficient processing of goods, products, and packaging.
Tickets can be bought in advance at the show’s website: Visitor Hub | InPrint Munich