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Advanced digital manufacturing solutions at InPrint 2014

Digitising industrial printing and deposition processes has transformational benefits, making them more flexible and responsive, more efficient, more environmentally responsible and more profitable, according to Xennia Technology, a company which will be offering its advanced digital manufacturing solutions at the InPrint 2014 industrial print show as a founding partner and sponsor. InPrint, taking place in Hannover, Germany, from 8-10 April 2014, is the first trade exhibition solely committed to print technology for industrial manufacturing.

25th February 2014

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Letchworth

Industrial, Sports/​Outdoor, Construction

Digitising industrial printing and deposition processes has transformational benefits, making them more flexible and responsive, more efficient, more environmentally responsible and more profitable, according to Xennia Technology, a company which will be offering its advanced digital manufacturing solutions at the InPrint 2014 industrial print show as a founding partner and sponsor.

InPrint, taking place in Hannover, Germany, from 8-10 April 2014, is the first trade exhibition solely committed to print technology for industrial manufacturing.

Digital inkjet printing

With its deep understanding of the industrial digital inkjet printing sector, especially textiles, ceramics, laminates / flooring, glass, and specialised / functional applications markets, Xennia is expected to play an important role in supporting InPrint during the show.

Tim Phillips, Marketing Manager at Xennia, has been chosen as an InPrint Ambassador along with representatives of other leading companies. He will be speaking at the Functional & Decorative Industrial Print Conference, co-hosted by IMI Europe and ESMA, during the exhibition, with a talk entitled ‘The Future of Digital Manufacturing is Here’.

New manufacturing markets

Xennia is focusing on new industrial manufacturing markets to discover the requirements of potential technology adopters, with the aim of working closely with them to deliver a complete digital manufacturing solution.

The existing market for digital industrial print is estimated to be worth $3.8 billion and is predicted to grow to $21.6 billion over the next 10 years, the company reports, suggesting a very significant opportunity for digital adoption.

“Our main ambition for the show is to engage with companies looking to change the way they manufacture by implementing digital technology. Digitising printing and deposition processes has transformational benefits, making them more flexible and responsive, more efficient, more environmentally responsible and above all, more profitable,” commented Tim Phillips.

www.xennia.com

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