Screen and Inca Digital to demonstrate the power of partnership at InPrint 2017
Screen GA and Inca Digital have announced they will be co-exhibiting at InPrint 2017 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, 14 to 16 November 2017 (hall 6, stand 364). Both companies will feature an extensive range of products and solutions on the stand that aims to show the strength of their leadership in the field of industrial inkjet printing.
In June 2016, Screen announced an exclusive partnership with BHS Corrugated Maschinen und Anlagenbau GmbH to develop a 2.8 metre width single pass in line digital print solution for BHS Corrugated. At InPrint 2017, Screen and Inca will showcase the print engine, incorporating Fujifilm Dimatix’s Samba printheads, as well as print samples and an on-stand video showing the 1.6 metre width single pass technology demonstrator in action.
Inca Digital will also use the stand to profile its growing range of bespoke robotic material handling systems, which are increasingly being installed at businesses looking for automation and productivity improvements. Demonstration videos will run with specialists on the stand to answer questions and provide industry leading case studies. IncaConnect – the company’s new software suite, which offers the ability to seamlessly integrate Inca printers into existing MIS and prepress software systems, will also feature prominently on the stand.
Visitors to the show will also be able to see Inca Digital’s Onset M B1 digital inkjet technology, introduced to the industry earlier this year, in action in a Fujifilm branded version of the machine on stand 428 in hall 6.
Screen will showcase its 350 mm width single pass print engine that is currently incorporated within its Truepress Jet L350UV, the company’s web fed UV inkjet label press. The technology combines the high productivity and stability of Screen’s inkjet technology and the image processing technology cultivated in the CTP and pre-press workflow market. Blister packaging samples – one of the new applications currently being developed using this technology - will also feature on the stand.