Xeikon, the leading supplier of digital production solutions, organises a dedicated event to showcase the wide range of graphic arts applications achievable with its digital toner printing technology. Xeikon Café Graphic Arts will take place on 5 and 6 October 2022, at the company’s headquarters near Antwerp, Belgium.
To kick off the last quarter of the year, we want to offer all print professionals the unique opportunity to get inspired by what Xeikon has to offer” said Dimitri Van Gaever, Market Segment Director at Xeikon.
The event’s keynote will be hosted by online print guru and industry expert Bernd Zipper. He will discuss what challenges and opportunities commercial printers will face the next years. The past has already shown that the printing industry is extremely resilient. Why? Because print plays a vital role in creating communication that lasts and sticks, comments Bernd Zipper. Digitalization of print will help printers to stay agile and develop new applications. On top of that, it will help them to meet their sustainability goals for the future.
During the event, attendees can see live demos on:
To top it all off, attendees will have the opportunity to see how Xeikon builds their presses in the factory and to browse through the booths of industry partners to stay informed on their latest developments. With its environmentally-friendly toner technology as the cornerstone, Xeikon has developed end-to-end solutions for many applications in the graphic arts markets which are at the forefront of the digital transformation of the industry.
During Xeikon Café, visitors can follow Tech-Talks on new innovations for:
We have introduced several new innovations in the past two years, but of course, given the circumstances, we could not present them live so customers could touch and feel the print, and gain the confidence to invest, continues Dimitri Van Gaever. With this Café, Xeikon is enabling the printing industry to come together to see our solutions live in the spirit of our ‘discover, learn, connect’ vision, and experience the future of digital production in graphic arts.
Prepared on the basis of information from Xeikon