InfoTrends announced it will be taking on an educational role at the International Woodworking Fair, which runs Aug. 20-23 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Digital printing of industrial applications such as laminates, flooring, 3-D objects and more where printing is an integral part of the manufacturing process, are moving from the distant horizon to the mainstream. Each of these areas brings new equipment suppliers and new customers, as well as interest from a range of professionals such as architects, designers and draftsman.
“InfoTrends has been on the forefront of digital printing and workflow technology for over 20 years,” said Rob Gilboa, director of InfoTrends’ functional & industrial printing service. “Our industry experts advise equipment suppliers, decorative surface producers and their customers about strategy, sales, and operations issues to help them grow and transform their businesses. We’re excited to have the opportunity to share our knowledge with this growing audience at the IWF event.”
“Advances in digital printing technology continue to open up new applications and markets beyond the traditional documents and display graphics,” IWF vice president of sales and marketing Jim Wulfekuhle said in a statement. “Our educational sessions are designed to reach new audiences and educate the industry. We’re delighted to have this collaboration with InfoTrends to strengthen our program.”
InfoTrends will be presenting three educational conference sessions:
• Inkjet & Your Business – Primer for Inkjet Printing Technology, Workflow, and Applications
• Digitally Produced Surfaces – Real Life Examples; A Vendor/Producer Panel
• Is it for me? A Printer for 3-D Technology and Applications
In addition, InfoTrends will participate in the IWF Technology Theater on the topic of “Digital Printing: New Horizons in Woodworking.”
For information, visit www.infotrends.com