Tim Greene’s “Industrial 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing” presentation was announced as the top-rated session at IMI’s Ink Jet Printing 2017 Conference, held in Orlando, Florida, in February. The research director for IDC spoke on why 3D printing technology has the potential to greatly influence the future of manufacturing.
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Colorado-based, Graham has been in the inkjet industry since 2008, operating in engineering, product and technology management roles for companies such as ITW Trans Tech and Imaging Technology International. His roles at ACS Motion Control and In-Position Technologies provided sales experience in highly technical fields. The diverse background and appointments have given him strong engineering and management skills, backed up by invaluable technical and sales capabilities.
Canon has released its first printer utilizing the company’s new UVgel technology, designed with three key features: an ultra-thin UV-curable ink said to instantly gel on contact with media, “self-aware” piezoelectric printhead technology, and an LED-based UV system designed to cure without damaging media.
The 64-in. roll-to-roll machine offers a max. print speed of 1710 sq ft/hr. The curing system moves independently of the printhead carriage, a feature intended to produce uniform curing.
Durst has launched the Delta WT 250, a new generation of printers for printing corrugated packaging and displays. The series employs the company’s Water Technology inks, which are reportedly free of hazardous chemicals and will comply with strict health and safety regulations.
InPrint Show’s newest survey polled 162 industrial printers around the world for a report focused on the potential of inkjet technology for the packaging market. When asked what sectors offer “the most immediate prospects for industrial print,” 74 percent of respondents pointed to packaging – up nearly 14 percent from last year’s survey.
Orbus Exhibit & Display Group®, one of North America’s leading trade suppliers and manufacturers of display, exhibit and event solutions announces its constant environmental protection and recycling efforts in 2016 prevented 582 tons of materials from ending up in landfills and more.
“Vinyl wraps aren’t just for vehicles,” says Rob Fellingham, marketing executive at Creative Solutions. This MetaMark MD5 vinyl graphic was printed on a Mimaki JV150, laminated with MetaGuard 702, and installed on an 18-foot roller door for Axminster Tools & Machinery in Nuneaton.
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swissQprint’s US subsidiary has been acting from their Chicago base since fall last year. New team members have joined. Not only will they introduce themselves but also two product highlights: The versatile and highly productive flatbed printer Nyala 2. It will be producing samples during live demonstrations on the booth. Furthermore, a new high-resolution 1080×1080 dpi print mode will be presented. It is ideal for fine art and backlit applications as well as for droptix, the exclusive swissQprint 3D effect.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced a new print technology that will offer large format graphics print providers unique levels of print speed, quality, automation, and cost of operation.