David Savastano, Editor05.23.12
drupa is the printing industry’s largest trade show; every four years, hundreds of thousands of printing professionals attend the two-week long trade show, held at Messe Dusseldorf.
At drupa 2012, nearly 315,000 attendees, not counting exhibitors, flocked to the 19 halls to see what is new in the printing field. For the first time, a section of a hall was set aside for printed electronics (PE), as well as a day at the drupa cube for presentations from industry leaders,
For PE manufacturers and suppliers alike, drupa 2012 presented a wide range of opportunities to meet with potential customers interested is seeing how printed electronics can benefit their businesses.
“We see people throughout the value chain are becoming aware of our Touchcode system,” said Joachim Keller of Printechnologics, which exhibited at Heidelberg’s Innovation Gallery. “We are seeing potential partnerships.”
ynvisible launched an online store during drupa, and Jani
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