Tarsus Group and E.J. Krause & Associates (EJK) have launched Industrial Print Expo, claimed to be Mexico’s first tradeshow exclusively dedicated to industrial print within manufacturing.
The inaugural Industrial Print Expo takes place March 3-5, 2015 and will be co-located with Expo Manufactura.
Industrial Print Expo will bring together companies providing print technologies used in the manufacturing, assembly, marking, decoration and distribution of a wide range of electrical, mechanical and industrial machine products and components. It will feature the latest developments in inkjet technology and 3D printing, as well as feature print technologies ranging from screen, hot stamping, laser and thermal transfer.
Industrial printing is an area for innovation and growth, playing a greater role in the manufacturing sector. Currently, industrial print is being used across a wide variety of industrial applications to increase productivity, reduce manufacturing costs, enable customization and produce shorter or unique runs.
According to the McKinsey consultancy, 3D printing alone could generate economic impact of 230 billion USD to 550 billion USD per year by 2025, mainly from consumer and manufacturing use.
Advancements in print technology are affecting a wide range of sectors including aeronautics, automotive, medical, printed electronics, instrument panels, appliance marking, housewares, packaging, floor and worktop decoration, and coding and marking.
According to a statement released by the two companies, ‘Industrial Print Expo will build off the synergies of Tarsus’ Labelexpo series, the leading global events for the labels and package printing industry’.
Written for: Labels and Labeling Magazine