Companies show new technologies, presenters discuss applications during show.
David Savastano, Editor06.08.16
drupa is the world’s largest printing show, meeting every four years at Messe Dusseldorf in Germany. This year’s edition will run through June 10, and recent technologies such as digital printing are headlining the show, which will likely be visited by more than 250,000 attendees covering the 1.8 million square feet of exhibit space.
For the printed electronics industry, drupa 2016 is an opportunity to build on the industry’s gains while also showcasing the capabilities of the technology. Many leaders in the field were on hand at drupa this year to display their products and services.
In terms of actual printed products, Xerox introduced its Xerox Printed Memory, which adds low-cost intelligence to objects or packaging through thin circuits printed on a label. Xerox is working with Thin Film Electronics ASA (Thinfilm) on this project.
Equipment manufacturers showcased their systems during drupa. NovaCentrix’s stand featured a wide ran
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