Company exhibits in 3D at Print World

November 30, 2010 by  

If any brochure printers in the Mississauga area were in attendance at the recent Print World exhibit in Toronto this November, they would have seen an exhibit in particular that stood out. At booth 1026, manroland offered Print World attendees the chance to look at an overview of all that was new in print technology, which was released for 2010. One of the most innovative ways that manroland allowed attendees to accomplish this was by way of a 3D glance inside a printing press.

The means of the 3D technology that allowed Print World attendees to look inside the printing press was through a process called Stereo Flight. This presentation was one of only a few that manroland had on display at the exhibition. The company was able to provide the exhibits it had on display through their Value Added Printing presentations.

For any attendees who wanted to search for more information about manroland’s other presentations, the Print World exhibition provided a complete list of all other activities hosted by manroland throughout the whole exhibition grounds.

Based just outside of Chicago, Illinois, in Westmont, manroland is a print manufacturer that keeps other printers up to date on the latest in print technology, services, products and consumable offers. It is a manufacturer that is said to be able to provide print solutions for nearly all print aspects.

Those brochure printers from the Mississauga area would have been lucky to see the 3D print exhibit by manroland at the recent Print World show. Getting a 3D view of the inside of a printing press is not something even many industry insiders get to see.