Together with their main partner People & Technology, the team's vision was to provide delegates with unparalleled access to inkjet experts who together transformed inkjet projects into tangible realities.
Various ink manufacturers, electronics manufacturers, ink system and curing system manufacturers as well as integrators and technical consultants were invited to the live demonstration area on-site to show the latest technologies for various printing applications, such as textile printing, corrugated printing, coding & marking, ceramics, decor printing and many more.
#SeikoOpenWeek2023 saw attendees taking part in enlightening talks, interesting panel discussions and observing the fruitful collaborations between Seiko Instruments and its technology partners.
What truly set this event apart was its relaxed and unhurried atmosphere, providing partners and delegates with an opportunity to ask questions, engage in discussions and personally experience the technology, free from the constraints often found at conventional trade shows.
According to Aliasgar Eranpurwala, Head of Department (Inkjet Printheads) at Seiko Instruments GmbH, challenges bring opportunities and tackling challenges collaboratively through sharing expertise and know-how drives success.
Throughout the event, it was repeatedly emphasised thatSeiko Instruments inkjet technology possesses the essential characteristics to meet the demands of numerous industries. Combined with a positive and collaborative culture, this fosters an environment conducive to taking a project from Lab2Fab. Additionally, their growth serves as a testament to their unwavering dedication to helping partners and customers unlock new potentials and cultivate business growth through strong partnerships.
Seiko Instruments would like to once again extend its deepest thanks to all partners and supporters:People & Technology, adphos, BARBERAN, Bluhm Weber Group, Esmalglass Itaca Group, Global Inkjet Systems Ltd (GIS), iPrint Institute, Kao Chimigraf, Lambda Technology, Matti Technology, Meteor Inkjet, NAZDAR Ink Technologies, SunChemical, TIGITAL Inks, TIGRES, TriJet, Zimmer AUTSTRIA.
Seiko Instruments GmbH
The todays Seiko Group developed from a watch shop which was founded as long ago as 1881 by Kintaro Hattori in Tokyo/Japan. We, the Seiko Instruments GmbH, with our headquarters in Neu-Isenburg/Germany, were established for the purpose of distribution in EMEA (EuropeMiddleEastAfrica). Our product portfolio includes coin batteries, quarz crystals, thermal printers and inkjet print heads.