Visit Domino at Upcoming Industry Events

GURNEE, IL—Visit with Domino at these upcoming industry events:

Converters Expo: March 27-28

Domino will be supporting OEM partners Delta ModTech (booth 5) and MPS (booth UL-134), as well as customer Pinnacle Converting (booth 78) at Converters Expo, March 27-28 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI. Representing Domino will be Gary Peterson, variable data solutions manager, and Matt Condon, OEM manager. Visit Delta ModTech, MPS and Pinnacle Converting booths to get print samples of the Domino K600i monochrome digital UV inkjet printer and the Domino N610i 7-color digital UV inkjet label press. Learn how Domino can help with your variable data printing applications, as well as all of your digital printing needs including hybrid printing/converting solutions.

Graphics Canada: April 11-13

Domino (booth 5368) will be exhibiting for the first time at Graphics Canada, April 11-13 at Toronto International Centre. “Canada’s largest showcase for the Graphic Communications and Printing Industries,” which has typically been a commercial printing trade show, is expanding to include the label and packaging market as well. On display will be printed samples of the Domino N610i 7-color digital UV inkjet label press and K600i monochrome digital UV inkjet printer.

Domino Digital Printing North America President David Ellen will serve on the Q&A panel discussion, Thursday, April 11, 1 p.m.–2:30 p.m., titled “Equipment and skillset requirements for label converting.” This Q&A is part of the Canadian Label & Package Printing Conference, in which Labelexpo Global Series and Labels & Labeling have partnered with Graphics Canada.

Digital Printing Spectrum: May 21-22

Domino will be hosting its third Digital Printing Spectrum event, May 21-22, at the Holiday Inn Gurnee Convention Center in Gurnee, IL. This two-day event will include 25 presenters, 40 table top exhibitors, networking breakfast, lunches, evening reception and dinner. Registration is free, and space will fill up fast, so register today.