Countdown to Drupa: ESMA to show potential of functional printing

By 04 Mar 2016

ESMA, European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association, will be present in two pavilions at Drupa 2016.

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The pavilion in Hall 3A 70 will be dedicated to functional and industrial printing with member companies such as SPS demonstrating screen printing equipment used for food decoration (such as, chocolate) and other special effects achievable at high operation speed.
 
SPS’s partner ATMA will display the latest developments in machines for conductive and technical printing. German specialist in stencils, KIWO, will present printing of pressure-sensitive adhesives with high electrical conductivity.
 
A variety of decoration techniques for glass and other rigid materials will be in the spotlight in the ESC booth, and another ESMA member, Marabu, will present applications of their inks for touch panels, tablet and smartphone masks.
 
Visitors to ESMA Lounge will learn about the latest projects around smart tags, smart sensors, flexible and washable conductive inks used in textile industry, and the overall employment of various print technologies for Internet of Things.
 
Further innovations will be highlighted in ESMA pavilion in Hall 6 where Color Passport will present their revolutionary approach to colour management and reproduction on different substrates. Other experts in colour management, ColorGate, come to the show with development stations and state-of-the-art RIP technology for industrial printing with inkjet. Last but not least, Intrinsic Materials, a specialist in nano-materials, will showcase their achievements in conductive inks and printed electronics components applied by the medical industry, such as disposable testers with smart tags.

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