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The first-ever US edition of the InPrint industrial printing tradeshow is set for April 25-27 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. More than 50 exhibitors from the specialty, screen, digital, inkjet, and 3D printing sectors will showcase products and services. Attendees can also participate in more than 40 educational presentations. InPrint, which has been held thrice in Europe (most recently in Milan in November 2016), will be co-located in Orlando with the International Converting Exhibition. Both events are owned by exhibition organizers Mack Brooks.

The first-ever US edition of the InPrint industrial printing tradeshow is set for April 25-27 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. More than 50 exhibitors from the specialty, screen, digital, inkjet, and 3D printing sectors will showcase products and services. Attendees can also participate in more than 40 educational presentations. InPrint, which has been held thrice in Europe (most recently in Milan in November 2016), will be co-located in Orlando with the International Converting Exhibition. Both events are owned by exhibition organizers Mack Brooks.

“The latest innovations in industrial printing have opened up possibilities in the production process that never previously existed,” reads the show’s website. “With so many powerful new opportunities, industrial print is creating new values and growth within a wide range of industries. According to branch experts at IT Strategies, industrial print currently has a market valuation of $100 billion.”
 

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