The global coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of all in-person trade shows for the remainder of 2020. It has also brought business travel to a standstill, resulting in far fewer opportunities to connect with customers and prospects. Throughout it all, Engineered Printing Solutions has remained open and has been actively supporting and serving the medical device manufacturing industry. With the cancellation of BIOMEDDevice Boston, EPS will be hosting a Virtual Trade Show on September 17th and 18th. We would love the opportunity to “see” you and share your current projects with us.
Our Virtual Trade Show is free to attend. The September 17th session will be devoted to pad printing and will include machine demonstrations as well as live Q & A. September 18th will be devoted to industrial inkjet, also featuring live machine demonstrations and Q & A. Bring your questions about adhesion, fixturing, whatever you want. Space is limited, so please reserve your spot today!
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2019 Trade Shows and Events
We will be attending the following trade shows, where we will demonstrate printing machines and listening to you and the challenges you face. Let us help you change the way you print.
Pack Expo International,
September 23 – 25, Las Vegas, NV
The PACK EXPO brand represents a quality trade show experience that focuses on packaging and processing innovation while bringing together a wide range of industries. PACK EXPO trade shows continue to stay on the cutting edge of industry trends and answer demand for innovations in various industries. With shows in a variety of locations at different times of the year, everyone who wants to attend a PACK EXPO show can find one that fits conveniently into his or her work schedule or project lifecycle.
Printing United (SGIA),
October 23 – 25, Dallas, TX
PRINTING United is a brand-new trade show built on the strong foundation of the SGIA Expo. This newly relaunched event will continue to provide access to the latest solutions for apparel, graphics/wide-format and functional printing applications, while also extending into the commercial, packaging, and in-plant printing segments.