GlassPrint 2013, Europe’s only dedicated event for the decoration of glass, will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany in November.
As glass manufacturers, glass decorators and glass processors look to cut production costs and make their processes more efficient, GlassPrint 2013 will present them with the latest options for using digital technology in comparison to traditional screenprinting methods.
As well as four high profile keynote speakers, highlights of the 16 technical presentations that will be of particular interest to those involved in digital printing include:
• Digital decoration on glass for indoor and outdoor applications (Durst).
• Digital decoration of glass containers with variable decors at industrial high- speed capacities
• Curved surface direct product decoration using inkjet
(Global Inkjet Systems).
• UV curing on glass: UV-LED versus conventional UV technology
The latest conference programme and online registration is available at www.glassprint.org Registration costs €495, inclusive of lunches and dinner, as well as access to the conference presentations and table-top exhibition area featuring leading suppliers such as Durst, Dr Honle, Global Inkjet Systems, Marabu, Sun Chemical, Till, and Wifac. Taking place at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, space is limited so early registration is advisable.
GlassPrint 2013 features even more presentations than the last event in 2011, which was deemed an outstanding success by the international audience of more than 170 glass professionals. Attendees traveled from 32 countries, not only from throughout mainland Europe and UK but from long distance destinations such as Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Guatemala, India, Iran, Japan, Korea, South Africa and USA.
GlassPrint is organised by ESMA, Europe’s association for specialist printing manufacturers of digital technology, and Chameleon Business Media, publisher of Specialist Printing Worldwide and Glass Worldwide magazines.