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Industry support is growing for FP3: Functional Printing, Process and Products, a new conference from the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA). A week before the June 4–6 event in Itasca, Illinois, SGIA reports 18 industry-leading suppliers have signed on as sponsors.

Industry support is growing for FP3: Functional Printing, Process and Products, a new conference from the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA). A week before the June 4–6 event in Itasca, Illinois, SGIA reports 18 industry-leading suppliers have signed on as sponsors.

Companies backing FP3 include: The M&R Companies (Diamond Sponsor), Elantas, Fujifilm, Memcon, Norcote International, Proell Inc. (Platinum Sponsors), Engineered Materials Systems Inc., Fimor North America, Kiwo Inc., Natgraph Ltd., Nazdar, NBC Meshtec Americas Inc., Nicomatic North America, Polymershapes, RH Solutions LLC, SAATI, Sakurai USA Inc. and Schilling Graphics (Supporting Sponsors).
 
“We are very grateful for our sponsors for believing in this first-time conference,” said Joyia Marshall, Community Development Manager, SGIA. “FP3 is designed to build the industrial printing market and strengthen your personal network, and our sponsors’ support helps SGIA achieve that goal.”
 
FP3 features a robust, peer-reviewed agenda, which blends a series of educational sessions and exciting networking opportunities to showcase innovations in industrial printing. Keynote speaker David Hogue, Ph.D. (UX Design Lead, Google), a tour of Diamond Sponsor M&R’s plant and M.C. Don McMillan are just a few of FP3’s exclusive offerings.
 
Registration and hotel room rates are still available for FP3. Visit FP3Conference.com for more information.
 

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