drupa 2016, an international trade show for print and cross-media solutions, will again feature the drupa cube, as well as 3D printing and other technologies. The conference and event program, which runs from May 31-June 10, 2016, will consist of a range of applications across various industries, according to a release.
“New technologies such as printed electronics and 3D printing, creative multichannel applications and the use of digital printing techniques in packaging and other sectors continue to illustrate the amazing potential of print,” says Sabine Geldermann, director of drupa. “This potential is the focus of drupa cube, with its international conference and event program.”
The 11-day program in 2016 is based on the themes of multichannel, print, functional printing, 3D printing, package production and green printing.
A preliminary drupa cube program is expected to be online at www.drupa.com this fall.