Pamex to host pavilion with advanced print technologies
Pamex is continuing with the theme of ‘Convergence in Print’ in edition 2024, also spanning across the innovations, which will be held from 6-9 Feb at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
21 Nov 2023 | By Abhay Avadhani
The pavilion will display technologies such as 3D printing. A printing method that allows for the creation of three-dimensional objects by layering materials on top of each other. From architectural models to custom prosthetics, 3D printing has the potential to transform various industries.
It will also feature augmented reality (AR) printing, combining print with digital content, allowing for interactive and immersive experiences. This technology opens up new possibilities for marketing, education, and entertainment, as printed materials can come to life with virtual elements.
Nanographic printing which uses nano-sized ink particles to achieve high-resolution prints with vivid colors and sharp details. It offers high print quality, making it ideal for applications such as packaging and labels. The pavilion will also feature flexible electronics that have revolutionised various sectors by offering lightweight, bendable, and low-cost electronic components.
With an increasing focus on environmental consciousness, the print industry is embracing eco-friendly solutions and exploring sustainable printing options, such as water-based inks, energy-efficient printers, and eco-friendly substrates.
From personalised marketing materials to short-run packaging, digital printing offers flexibility and efficiency, allowing businesses to meet the demands of today's fast-paced market.
Pamex 2024 will highlight the potential of these technologies in enhancing printing processes and creating new opportunities for the industry.
Attendees will get hands-on experience of various applications including flexible electronics in print, flexible displays, sensors, RFID tags, and wearable electronics.
Besides the exhibits, the pavilion will also have a presentation and meeting area where talks and discussions around how these technologies can be incorporated into packaging, signage, labels and other printed materials to enhance functionality, interactivity and aesthetics will take place.